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  • Nearly 70% of South Koreans in their 30s said, "The Japanese government should change to improve Japan-South Korea relations."
Nearly 70% of South Koreans in their 30s said, "The Japanese government should change to improve Japan-South Korea relations."
Following the full-scale inauguration of the Kishida Cabinet, opinion polls show that more than half of South Koreans must prioritize changes in the positive attitude of the Japanese government in order to improve Japan-South Korea relations in the future. ..

According to Realmeter, an organization specializing in opinion polls on the 11th, as a result of asking about the direction of improving Japan-South Korea relations after the inauguration of Prime Minister Kishida on the 8th at the request of YTN, 58.4% of the respondents said, "Changes in the attitude of the Japanese government are prioritized. I answered. Only 29.1% chose “active improvement of relations with the Korean government”. "I don't know" was 12.6%.

Incheon (Incheon), Gyeonggi (Gyeonggi) (64.4%), Taejong (Daejeon), Se Jeong (Sejong), Chuncheon (Chuncheon), while many respondents said that Japan's attitude needs to change in most areas. (67.8%) and Gyeonggi (Gyeonggi, 77.3%) were the most common. On the other hand, Seoul (35.5%), Daegu / Gyeongbuk (Gyeongbuk) (34.8%), and Jeju (Jeju) (52.4%) require the active efforts of the Korean government compared to the national average. There were many voices.

By age group, the percentages of people in their 30s (68%), 40s (65.8%), and 50s (59.5%) seeking changes in Japanese attitudes were high. However, among those in their 70s and above, "active improvement of relations with the Korean government" was 40.2%, and "change in attitude of the Japanese government was prioritized" was 40.9%, which was almost the same ratio.

By ideological tendency, 75.2% of the progressive group and 60.4% of the middle class answered that "change in attitude of the Japanese government is necessary with priority", while "active improvement of the Korean government's relations" was 49.4 among the conservative group. %, "Change in attitude of the Japanese government is prioritized" was 38.3%, showing different results.

By political party, 79.6% of the "Democratic Party" supporters gave priority to "change in attitude of the Japanese government", and 45.9% of the "people power" supporters gave priority to "active improvement of the Korean government's relations". Opinions were divided.


Published : 2021/10/13 21:30 KST



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