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More than half of people in Japan oppose amending the nation’s postwar pacifist Constitution under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government, a Kyodo news survey conducted after the Upper House election showed Tuesday.

In the two-day telephone survey, held from Monday, 56.0 percent opposed Abe’s drive for constitutional revision, while 32.2 expressed support.

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