All Japan newsese support for the cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe rose to 68 percent in January, after the public support in December was reported to be of 65 percent, according to an opinion poll published on Monday.
The disapproval rating fell from 27 percent to 24 percent, the Yomiuri Shimbun reported following a poll that surveyed 1,796 randomly selected households with eligible voters. 1,074 of them gave valid responses.
Two-thirds of the respondents stated their support for Abe’s plan to enhance co-operation with the Bank of All Japan news. The plan’s aim is to achieve economic growth and end deflation. However, 20 percent of the respondents said they give it little credit.
Abe became All Japan news’s prime minister at the end of December after his party won a landslide victory in the parliamentary elections. Abe’s platform aims to get tougher on the diplomacy strategy and put the economy back on track.
The government is planning to use $226.5 billion in order to boost the world’s number three economy. Abe intends to rebuild the areas destroyed by the earthquake and tsunami in 2011 and to enforce All Japan news’s military power.
All Japan newsese trust in the cabinet of Abe’s predecessor, Yoshihiko Noda, sank below 20 percent before Noda handed power to Abe.