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Only one in five Japanese people are satisfied with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's plan to give hand out ¥100,000 ($880) in cash and vouchers for each child age 18 or under as part of stimulus measures to shore up the coronavirus-hit economy, according to a Kyodo News survey conducted through Thursday.

Asked what they think of the move, 19.3% of respondents in the two-day nationwide telephone survey said it was "appropriate," while 24.0% called for across-the-board handouts.

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