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Media consumption in Japan | 世論 What Japan Thinks

Media consumption in Japan | 世論 What Japan Thinks.

Hm. PC Internet use is way higher than mobile phone internet use.

PC Internet use (on a daily basis)  lags slightly behind TV. Daily readers of newspapers are still high at 54%.


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Japanese society in 2011: part 1 of 3 | 世論 What Japan Thinks

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Citizens of this collectivist nation think their fellow-citizens are not civic-minded enough and need to have more of it pushed on them.  The politicians just got handed a gift with this survey.

Note the false dichotomy of question 3, ” Given the two opinions “One should focus more on country and society” and “Satisfying one’s personal lifestyle is a more important view””, which assumes that these two options are mutually exclusive. Are they, I wonder?

Between the 20th of January and the 6th of February 2011 10,000 people aged 20 or older selected at random from residency registers from all over the country were approached for interview and 6,338 people agreed to a face-to-face interview. 53.8% of the sample were female, 7.9% in their twenties, 14.0% in their thirties, 16.6% in their forties, 17.2% in their fifties, 23.4% in their sixties, 15.7% in their seventies, and 5.4% aged eighty or older.

via Japanese society in 2011: part 1 of 3 | 世論 What Japan Thinks.


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Japanese still support nuclear power | 世論 What Japan Thinks

Just a quick update tonight, a pointer to a post by ampontan regarding a couple of surveys recently conducted into nuclear power. The first survey from the Yomiuri Shimbun on April 4th was conducted between the 1st and 3rd of April 2011, and found that 46% supported continuing with the current level of nuclear power generation, 29% were for reducing, and 12% for the complete elimination of nuclear power.

via Japanese still support nuclear power | 世論 What Japan Thinks.


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58% do not approve of govt handling of nuke crisis at Fukushima plant+

What about TEPCO? Their handling of their own reactors has in my opinion been a lot worse than the government’s. The government does not manage Fukushima nuclear power plant, TEPCO does.

Fukushima plant+ AP – TOKYO, March 27 Kyodo—A survey released Sunday showed that 58.2 percent of respondents do not approve of the governments handling of the nuclear crisis at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, while 57.9 percent said they approve of its handling of disaster-victim support in northeastern Japan hit by the March 11 catastrophic earthquake and ensuing tsunami.

via URGENT: 58% do not approve of govt handling of nuke crisis at Fukushima plant+.


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