A majority of people continue to support Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's Cabinet after Sunday's Upper House election but are skeptical of the effectiveness of his economic policies and not supportive of the constitutional revision he seeks, according to a Kyodo News survey.

In a telephone survey conducted Monday and Tuesday, 56.4 percent of the respondents said they do not believe Abe's economic policy mix can lift the economy, while 32.0 percent said they believe the measures will.

The support rate for Abe's Cabinet stood at 53.0 percent, down from 55.3 percent in the previous poll conducted in late May, while the disapproval rating was 34.7 percent, up from 33.0 points.