This survey was conducted by the Mainichi Newspaper and the Social Survey Research Center into COVID-19 response. I’ve linked to the English version, but hopefully my tables are easier to read.
Q1: Do you think the state of emergency will be lifted at the end of May?
In special emergency areas
Q2: How did you spend this Golden Week?
Stayed at home
Just went to work, shopping; the bare minimal
Went on holiday, sightseeing, leisure facilities
Q3: Since the state of emergency declaration, about how much have you reduced your interactions with others?
80% or more
More than half
Less than half
Q4: How do you feel about Japan’s treatment, testing regime regarding COVID-19?
Can’t say either way
Q5: How do you rate the Abe government’s response to COVID-19?
Rate it well
Rate it poorly
Can’t say either way
Q6: Do you support the Abe government?
Q7: The Abe government has extended the state of emergency to cover all the country until the end of May. How do you rate that?
Should be limited to certain prefectures only
Shouldn’t have been extended
Q8: Do you think the state of emergency will be lifted by the end of May in the prefecture that you live in?
From 5 pm to 8 pm on the 6th of May mobile phones and fixed phones were randomly dialled; usable results were obtained from 575 mobile phone users and 575 fixed phones, them the results weighted according to census population distribution.
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