Olympics: Support for Japan's PM Suga slides as Covid-19 shadows Tokyo Games

Olympics: Support for Japan's PM Suga slides as Covid-19 shadows Tokyo Games

26/7/2021 7:00:00 AM

Olympics: Support for Japan's PM Suga slides as Covid-19 shadows Tokyo Games

TOKYO — Support for Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga slid nine points to 34 per cent, its lowest since he took office, a survey showed on Monday (July 26), as worries about Covid-19 clouded his hopes the Tokyo Olympics would boost his ratings ahead of an election this year.

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