Most Japanese think PM Abe bears responsibility for scandal: polls

TOKYO (Reuters) – Most Japanese think Prime Minister Shinzo Abe bears some responsibility … But 66.1 percent of respondents to a poll conducted by Kyodo news agency on Saturday and Sunday said they felt the premier had some responsibility for the altered …
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