OSAKA — Seventy percent of Japanese people support a midterm greenhouse gas reduction target of between 25 percent and 40 percent for developed countries, a survey on global warming conducted by a Danish government-backed organization says.

Japan was one of 38 countries surveyed by World Wide Views on Global Warming, a global alliance of individuals, government agencies, nongovernmental organizations and universities supported by the Danish Board of Technology, which operates under the Danish Parliament. About 4,400 people worldwide participated in the latest survey, which was released in late September.

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