• Kyodo


A government poll shows that 79.2 percent of the public feels anxiety about possible terrorism in Japan, and these fears are being fueled by incidents abroad, particularly those involving Japanese.

The poll on anti-terrorism measures, the first of its kind, was conducted by the Cabinet Office at the request of the National Police Agency ahead of next year’s Group of Seven summit in Mie Prefecture and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

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