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ID FIELD/CASE ID

CASE ID. COLUMNS 1-3 INDICATE THE DISTRICT

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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FOLLOW POLITIC DAY TO DA

Q1. DO YOU ORDINARILY FOLLOW POLITICS FROM DAY TO DAY. (TO THOSE WHO SAY THEY DO) DO YOU FOLLOW POLITICS WITH KEEN INTEREST, OR NOT THAT MUCH. (TO THOSE WHO SAY THEY DO NOT) DO YOU MEAN YOU HAVE ALMOST NO INTEREST IN POLITICS. OR DO YOU FO... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

3.

SUPPORT WHICH POL PARTY

P1. THE RECENT SPLIT IN THE SOCIALIST PARTY HAS CHANGED THE POLITICAL SCENE, BUT MAY I ASK WHICH POLITICAL PARTY OR WHICH POLITICAL FACTION YOU SUPPORT. (IN THE CASE OF THE SOCIALIST PARTY, ASK WHETHER THEY SUPPORT THE RIGHT WING OR THE LE... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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STRENGTH OF SUPPORT

Q2. TO WHAT EXTENT DO YOU SUPPORT THIS PARTY. VERY STRONGLY, QUITE STRONGLY, OR JUST SO-SO. OF THESE THREE, WHICH WOULD YOU FALL INTO. ... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

5.

VOTE IN HOUSE OF C ELECT

Q3. DID YOU VOTE IN THE RECENT ELECTIONS FOR THE HOUSE OF COUNCILORS.

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

6.

LOC CONSTIT WHICH PARTY

SQ1, Q3. (IF VOTED) FOR WHOM DID YOU VOTE FROM THE LOCAL CONSTITUENCY AND TO WHICH PARTY DID HE BELONG. (ASK WHETHER RIGHT WING OR LEFT WING FOR SOCIALIST PARTY AND CIRCLE ACCORDINGLY, IF NOT CLEAR, MERELY CIRCLE SOCIALIST PARTY.) ... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

7.

NAT CONSTIT WHICH PARTY

SQ2, Q3. (IF VOTED) FOR WHOM DID YOU VOTE FROM THE NATIONAL CONSTITUENCY. TO WHICH PARTY DID HE BELONG. (ASK WHETHER RIGHT WING OR LEFT WING FOR SOCIALIST PARTY, AND CIRCLE ACCORDINGLY. IN CASE OF DOUBT, MERELY CIRCLE SOCIALIST PARTY.) ... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

8.

LIKE/DISLIKE LIB DEMO

Q4. I WOULD LIKE TO ASK YOU NEXT YOUR FEELINGS ABOUT THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS, THE SOCIALISTS, AND THE COMMUNISTS. FIRST, ABOUT YOUR LIKES AND DISLIKES. DO YOU LIKE THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY. OR DO YOU DISLIKE IT. (TO THOSE WHO ANSWER LIKE... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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LIKE/DISLIKE SOCIALIST

Q5. I WOULD LIKE TO ASK YOU HOW ABOUT THE SOCIALIST PARTY WHICH RECENTLY SPLIT IN TWO. DO YOU LIKE OR DISLIKE THE SOCIALIST PARTY. (TO THOSE WHO ANSWER LIKE) DO YOU LIKE THEM VERY MUCH. OR NOT THAT MUCH. (TO THOSE WHO ANSWER DISLIKE) DO YO... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

10.

LIKE/DISLIKE SOCIAL CLUB

Q6. WELL, WHAT ABOUT THE SOCIALIST CLUB (NISHIOS NEW PARTY), WHICH LEFT THE SOCIALIST PARTY. DO YOU LIKE THEM OR DISLIKE THEM. (TO THOSE WHO ANSWER LIKE) VERY MUCH. OR NOT THAT MUCH. (TO THOSE WHO ANSWER DISLIKE) DO YOU DISLIKE THEM VERY M... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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LIKE/DISLIKE COMMUNISTS

Q7. DO YOU LIKE THE COMMUNISTS. OR DO YOU LIKE DISLIKE THEM. (TO THOSE WHO ANSWER LIKE) VERY MUCH. OR NOT THAT MUCH. (TO THOSE WHO ANSWER DISLIKE) DO YOU DISLIKE THEM VERY MUCH. OR NOT THAT MUCH. ... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

12.

LIB DEMO REPRESENT INT?

Q8. WELL THEN, TO WHAT EXTENT DO YOU THINK EACH OF THESE THREE PARTIES REPRESENTS YOUR INTERESTS. OR DOES NOT REPRESENT YOUR INTERESTS. (TO THOSE DO YOU THINK THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY REPRESENTS, WHO SAY REPRESENTS OUR INTERESTS) DOES ... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

13.

SOCIALIST REPRESENT INT?

Q9. DO YOU THINK THE PRESENT SOCIALIST PARTY (POST-SPLIT) REPRESENTS YOUR INTERESTS. OR NOT THAT MUCH. (TO THOSE WHO SAY REPRESENTS) DOES THE PARTY REPRESENT YOUR INTEREST VERY WELL, OR JUST SO-SO. (TO THOSE WHO SAY DOES NOT REPRESENT) DO ... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

14.

SOCIAL CLUB REPRSNT INT?

Q10. WHAT ABOUT THE SOCIALIST CLUB THEN (NEW PARTY LED BY NISHIO) DO YOU THINK THEY REPRESENT YOUR INTERESTS OR NOT. (TO THOSE WHO SAY REPRESENT) DO THEY REPRESENT VERY WELL YOUR INTERESTS, OR ONLY TO AN EXTENT. (TO THOSE WHO SAY DO NOT RE... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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COMMUNIST REPRSNT INT?

Q11. WHAT ABOUT THE COMMUNISTS THEN. DO YOU THINK THEY REPRESENT YOUR INTERESTS OR NOT. (TO THOSE WHO SAY YES, THEY REPRESENT) DO THEY REPRESENT YOUR INTERESTS VERY WELL. OR NOT THAT MUCH. (TO THOSE WHO SAY THEY DONT REPRESENT) DO YOU MEAN... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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LIB DEM ACT IN PARTY INT

Q12. ILL ASK NEXT ABOUT THE THREE LARGEST POLITICAL PARTIES. DO YOU THINK THAT THERE IS A TENDENCY AMONG THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS TO ACT ONLY IN TERMS OF PARTY STRATEGY OR PARTY INTERESTS. (TO THOSE WHO SAY THERE IS A TENDENCY) DO YOU THINK T... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

17.

SOCIAL ACT IN PARTY INT

Q13. DO YOU THINK THAT AMONG THE PRESENT SOCIALISTS THERE IS A TENDENCY TO ACT ONLY IN TERMS OF PARTY INTERESTS AND PARTY STRATEGY. OR DONT YOU THINK SO. (TO THOSE WHO SAY THERE IS A TENDENCY) DO YOU THINK THIS TENDENCY IS VERY PRONOUNCED.... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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COMNST ACT IN PARTY INT

Q14. WHAT ABOUT THE COMMUNISTS. DO YOU THINK THEY HAVE THIS SORT OF TENDENCY. OR DO YOU THINK THERE IS NO TENDENCY. (TO THOSE WHO SAY THERE IS A TENDENCY) DO YOU THINK THIS TENDENCY IS VERY PRONOUNCED. OR DO YOU THINK IT ISNT SO. (TO THOSE... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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LIB TRANS POL TO ACTION

Q15. FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF THE ABILITY OF THESE THREE PARTIES TO TRANSLATE THEIR POLITICAL PROGRAM (IDEOLOGICAL EMPHASIS) INTO ACTION, HOW WOULD YOU RATE THEM. FIRST, WHAT ABOUT THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS DO YOU THINK THEY HAVE THE ABILITY TO T... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

20.

SOC TRANS POL TO ACTION

Q16. DO YOU THINK THE PRESENT SOCIALISTS HAVE THE ABILITY TO TRANSLATE THEIR POLITICAL PROGRAM INTO ACTION. OR DONT YOU THINK SO. (TO THOSE WHO SAY HAVE) DO YOU THINK THEY HAVE IT TO A HIGH DEGREE. OR NOT THAT MUCH. (TO THOSE WHO SAY DONT ... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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S CLB TRAN POL TO ACTION

Q17. WHAT ABOUT THE SOCIALIST CLUB (NISHIOS NEW PARTY), DO YOU THINK THEY HAVE THE ABILITY TO TRANSLATE THEIR PROGRAM INTO ACTION. (TO THOSE WHO SAY HAVE) DO YOU THINK THEY IT TO A HIGH DEGREE. OR NOT THAT MUCH. (TO THOSE WHO SAY DONT HAVE... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

22.

COM TRANS POL TO ACTION

Q18. DO YOU THINK THE COMMUNISTS HAVE THE ABILITY TO TRANSLATE THEIR POLITICAL PROGRAM INTO ACTION. (TO THOSE WHO SAY HAVE) WOULD YOU SAY THEY HAVE IT TO A HIGH DEGREE. OR NOT THAT MUCH. (TO THOSE WHO SAY DONT HAVE) DO YOU MEAN TO SAY THEY... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

23.

UNDER LIB NO SOC SECUR

Q19. WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE OPINION THAT UNDER THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS PRESENT POLICY, THERE IS NO HOPE OF ESTABLISHING A COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEM OF SOCIAL SECURITY, THAT IS TO SAY, A SYSTEM UNDER WHICH THE GOVERNMENT WILL LOOK AFTER THE H... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

24.

LIB PRO-US PROB NOT SOLV

Q20. THERE ARE SOME WHO SAY THAT THE PRESENT POLICY OF THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY IS SO PRO-AMERICAN THAT SUCH ISSUES AS THE OKINAWA PROBLEM, THE MILITARY BASE PROBLEM, TRADE WITH COMMUNIST CHINA, ETC. WILL NEVER BE SOLVED. WOULD YOU AGR... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

25.

SOC FAV JUST SOME WKERS

Q21. THERE ARE SOME WHO SAY THAT THE SOCIALISTS PRESENT POLICY IS TO FAVOR THE INTEREST OF JUST SOME WORKERS AND IGNORE THE INTERESTS OF THE PEOPLE AT LARGE. VIEWING THE SOCIALISTS SINCE THE SPLIT, WOULD YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THESE PE... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

26.

RELAT W/COM CON HRT JAP

Q22. THERE ARE SOME WHO SAY THAT THE PRESENT POLICY OF THE SOCIALISTS IS TO OVER-EMPHASIZE FRIENDLY RELATIONS WITH COMMUNISTS CHINA AND THE U.S.S.R., AND THAT THIS IS HURTING JAPANS PRESTIGE AND HARMING HER RELATIONS WITH THE UNITED STATES... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

27.

NO USE POL THIS & THAT

Q23. TO CHANGE THE TOPIC A BIT &. WOULD YOU AGREE WITH THE OPINION THAT ITS NO USE GOING AROUND CLAMOURING POLITICS THIS AND POLITICS THAT. THE WORLD ISNT GOING TO IMPROVE, AND IT DOESNT BENEFIT ANYONE. SO BETTER STICK TO ONES OWN WORK AND... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

28.

CONT AS IS LIFE GET EASY

Q24. DO YOU THINK THAT IF YOU CONTINUE WORKING THE WAY YOU ARE, YOUR GOOD REPUTATION WILL GROW AND LIFE WILL BECOME EASIER FOR YOU. OR DO YOU FEEL ANXIETY ABOUT YOUR FUTURE. (TO THOSE WHO SAY LIFE WILL BECOME EASIER) ARE YOU VERY OPTIMISTI... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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NO LEAVE POL TO POLIANS

Q25. WOULD YOU AGREE WITH THE PEOPLE WHO SAY THAT IT ISNT GOOD TO LEAVE POLITICS TO THE POLITICIANS. EACH OF US, FROM DAY TO DAY, SHOULD THINK ABOUT POLITICS, EXCHANGE OPINIONS, AND MAKE SURE THE POLITICIANS ARE NOT ACTING AS THEY PLEASE. ... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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LEAVE POL TO POLITICIANS

Q26. WOULD YOU AGREE WITH THE PEOPLE WHO SAY THAT FOR AMATEURS LIKE US TO SAY THIS AND THAT WOULD ONLY LEAD TO CONFUSION. LEAVE POLITICS TO THE PROFESSIONAL POLITICIANS. OR WOULD YOU DISAGREE. (TO THOSE WHO SAY AGREE) WOULD YOU AGREE WHOLE... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

31.

POL IN HAND OF RUL MINOR

Q27. WOULD YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE OPINION THAT IN THE LAST ANALYSIS, POLITICS IS IN THE HANDS OF A RULING MINORITY, AND WHETHER ITS IN AN AGE OF CAPITALISM OR IN A AGE OF SOCIALISM OR COMMUNISM, ITS ALL THE SAME. (TO THOSE WHO SAY ... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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CRITICIZE POL NO USE

Q28. WOULD YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE OPINION THAT WITH THE PRESENT STRUCTURE OR POLITICS, NO MATTER HOW WE CRITICIZE OR PROTEST, ITS NO USE. REALLY, THERE IS NO POINT IN RUNNING AROUND SAYING POLITICS THIS AND POLITICS THAT. (TO THOSE... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

33.

CANT TRUST POL PARTIES

Q29. WOULD YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE OPINION THAT THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS, THE SOCIALISTS, THE COMMUNISTS ARE ALL THE SAME, YOU CANT TRUST POLITICAL PARTIES. (TO THOSE WHO SAY AGREE) WOULD YOU AGREE WHOLEHEARTEDLY, OR WITH RESERVATION. ... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

34.

POLITICIANS MAKE ANGRY

Q30. THERE ARE SOME PEOPLE WHO SAY, NO MATTER WHICH PARTY THEY BELONG TO, AT ELECTION TIME THE CANDIDATES SAY ALL SORTS OF NICE THINGS, BUT ONCE THEYRE ELECTED, THEY THINK ONLY OF THEIR OWN DESIRES OR OF THEIR PARTYS INTERESTS, AND DO JUST... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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TYPE EASIEST TO LIVE IN

Q31. TO CHANGE THE TOPIC A BIT &. IN COMPARING CAPITALIST COUNTRIES, SOCIALIST COUNTRIES, AND COMMUNIST COUNTRIES, WHICH DO YOU THINK WOULD BE EASIEST TO LIVE IN. PLEASE NUMBER THEM ACCORDING TO WHICH YOU THINK WOULD BE EASIEST TO LIVE IN.... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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WORKERS REORG GOVT

Q32. THERE WILL BE NO GOVERNMENT WHICH WILL ENSURE THE HAPPINESS OF THE POPULACE UNTIL THE WORKERS LEAD THE WAY AND FUNDAMENTALLY RE-ORGANIZE THE GOVERNMENT. IT IS ONLY NATURAL THAT THE SOCIALIST PARTY HEEDS THE MIND AND HEART OF THE LABOR... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

37.

REF IDEAS WIN SUP OF POP

Q33. THE REFORMIST PARTY OF TODAY MUST HAVE AN IDEOLOGY (IDEAS) AND A POLICY THAT WILL WIN NOT ONLY THE SUPPORT OF THE WORKERS, BUT OF THE ENTIRE POPULACE TOO. WOULD YOU AGREE WITH THIS OPINION OR NOT. (TO THOSE WHO SAY AGREE) DO YOU AGREE... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

38.

AMORP PARTY NO SOCIALISM

Q34. IF THE SOCIALIST PARTY IS TO BE THE AMORPHOUS PEOPLES PARTY THAT MR. NISHIO ADVOCATES, SOCIALISM WILL NEVER BE REALIZED. WOULD YOU AGREE WITH THIS OPINION OR NOT. (TO THOSE WHO SAY AGREE) DO YOU AGREE COMPLETELY, OR ONLY TO A DEGREE. ... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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RESTRICT LABOR MOVEMT

Q35. IN ORDER TO ENSURE ECONOMIC STABILITY AND DEVELOPMENT IN JAPAN, SOME SORT OF RESTRICTION ON THE PRESENT LABOR MOVEMENT IS ONLY TO BE EXPECTED. WOULD YOU AGREE WITH THIS OR DISAGREE. (TO THOSE WHO SAY AGREE) DO YOU AGREE COMPLETELY, OR... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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NAT FOR GOVT SUPRS ACTIV

Q36. IT IS ONLY NATURAL FOR THE GOVERNMENT TO SEVERELY SUPPRESS DEBATES AND POLITICAL ACTIVITIES WHICH MIGHT DISTURB THE SAFETY AND ORDER OF THE COUNTRY. WOULD YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THIS OPINION. (TO THOSE WHO SAY AGREE) DO YOU AGREE ... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

41.

PUB OWN NEWS TO BENE PEO

Q37. UNDER THE SLOGAN OF THE FREEDOM OF SPEECH, THE NEWSPAPERS AND RADIOS THESE DAYS MOUTH RUBBISH AND REPORT THINGS THAT CATER TO THE INTEREST OF THE RULING CLASS AND CAPITALISTS. IN ORDER TO HAVE NEWS THAT WILL TRULY BENEFIT THE PEOPLE A... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

42.

OK TO USE STRIKES

Q38. AS A MEANS TO HEIGHTEN THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE POLITICAL MOVEMENT YOU SUPPORT, WOULD YOU EMPLOY THE FOLLOWING OR NOT. FIRST, STRIKES - DO YOU THINK ITS ALL RIGHT TO USE STRIKES AS A MEANS OF POLITICAL ACTIVITY. (TO THOSE WHO SAY ALL ... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

43.

OK TO USE DEMON/PARADES

Q39. NEXT, WHAT ABOUT POLITICAL DEMONSTRATIONS AND PARADES. DO YOU THINK IT IS ALL RIGHT TO USE THESE AS A MEANS OF POLITICAL ACTIVITY. (TO THOSE WHO SAY ALL RIGHT) DO YOU THINK ITS COMPLETELY ALL RIGHT, OR ONLY TO AN EXTENT. (TO THOSE WHO... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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OK TO COLLECT SIGNATURES

Q40. WHAT ABOUT COLLECTING SIGNATURES FOR A CAUSE. (WHEN THE RESPONDENT DOESNT SAY ALL RIGHT WRONG, REPHRASE AND ASK IF THEY THINK IT IS ALL RIGHT TO USE THIS AS A MEANS OF POLITICAL ACTIVITY.) (TO THOSE WHO SAY ALL RIGHT) DO YOU THINK ITS... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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ACTION ACCOM BY VIOLENCE

Q41. WELL, DO YOU THINK IT CANT BE HELPED IF ONE RESORTS TO ACTION ACCOMPANIED BY VIOLENCE AS A MEANS OF PO9LITICAL ACTIVITY. OR DO YOU THINK THIS SHOULD BE SHUNNED TO THE LAST. (TO THOSE WHO SAY IT CANT BE HELPED) UNDER THE PRESENT CIRCUM... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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INTERRUPTION OF DEBATE

Q42. DO YOU THINK IT CANT BE HELPED IF ONE EMPLOYS INTERRUPTION OF DEBATE IN THE DIET AS A MEANS OF POLITICAL ACTIVITY. (TO THOSE WHO SAY CANT BE HELPED) UNDER THE PRESENT CIRCUMSTANCES, DO YOU THINK THIS SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO A CONSIDERABL... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

47.

NO REF IF PUB LISTEN TO

Q43. THE POPULACE IS GENERALLY SLOW TO CHANGE ITS HABITS, SO THERE WILL NEVER BE SOCIAL REFORM IF ONE IS TO LISTEN TO PUBLIC OPINION. UNLESS A FEW ACTIVE PEOPLE STAND AT THE FRONT AND POSITIVELY LEAD PUBLIC OPINION, THE SHORTCOMINGS AND IR... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

48.

PARTY POLITICS IS BEST

Q44. IN ORDER TO GIVE FULL CONSIDERATION TO THE OPINION OF THE PEOPLE, AND TO PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF THE INDIVIDUAL, PARLIAMENTARIANISM, THAT IS TO SAY PARTY POLITICS, IS THE BEST. TRUE, THERE ARE SHORTCOMINGS AND INCONVENIENCES, BUT IN THE... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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MIDDLE ROAD POLITICS

Q45. WE WOULD LIKE TO SEE POLITICS NEITHER LEANING TO THE RIGHT NOR TO THE LEFT, BUT MIDDLE-OF-THE-ROAD. WOULD YOU AGREE WITH THIS OR NOT. (TO THOSE WHO SAY AGREE) DO YOU AGREE WHOLEHEARTEDLY, OR WITH RESERVATION. ... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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MEASURES PASSED MAJ VOTE

Q46. DO YOU THINK IT ONLY NATURAL THAT MEASURES IN THE DIET SHOULD BE PASSED BY A MAJORITY VOTE. OR DO YOU THINK THAT ALTHOUGH THERE ARE CASES WHEN IT ISNT DESIRABLE, IT REALLY CANT BE HELPED. OR DO YOU THINK THAT SOMETHING SHOULD BE DONE ... (view details)

Taken from: Political Attitudes in Tokyo, Japan, 1959.

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