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Many people in Japan feel uncomfortable about having facilities for people with disabilities in their neighborhood, according to an online survey conducted in six countries and one region in July-August.

The share of respondents who support a plan to build a facility for people with physical disabilities right next to their home stood at between 62% and 69% in Sweden, China and India, compared with 33% in Japan, the lowest among the seven, according to the survey, reviewed by Jiji Press.

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