Japan PM Abe’s support slides below 30 percent, new poll shows

Support for Abe’s government fell 15.2 points from a month earlier to 29.9 percent, according to a July 7-10 survey by Jiji news agency. Support for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, battered by a smouldering scandal and voters’ perception he is taking …
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