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Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

1.IS LOT OFAVERAGE MAN GETTING WORSE

1. The lot of the average man is getting worse in recent times.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

2.USELESS TO WRITE LETTERS TO OFFICIALS

2. It is useless to write letters to public officials since they don't care what the average person thinks.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

3.IMPROVE PEOPLE'S LIVES VS HAVE ARMY

3. It is more important to improve the people's livelihood than to have an army.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

4.SELF DEFENSE FORCE IS GOOD CAREER

4. The self defense force is a good career and I'd be proud to have someone in my family join the SDF.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

5.STRONG LEADERS COULD MAKE CNTRY BETTR

5. A few strong leaders could make this country better than all the laws and talk.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

6.INTEREST DOMES/FOREIGN AFFAIRS

6. Do you have much, little, or no interest in news about domestic politics and foreign affairs.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

7.THINK ANOTHER WORLD WAR IN NEAR FUTURE

7. Judging by the state of the world today, do you think we will have another world war in near future, or not.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

8.FEEL UNEASY ABT JAPAN'S NATL SECURITY

8. Under today's international conditions, do you feel uneasy about Japan's national security or not.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

9.BEST WAY TO DEFEND SECURITY OF JAPAN

9. Which of the following do you think is the best way to defend the security of Japan.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

10.CURRENT SDF ENOUGH TO DEFEND JAPAN

10. Current SDF enough to defend Japan, or stronger forces needed.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

11.NECESSARY TO HAVE OWN DEFENSE FORCES

11. Do you think it necessary for a nation to have its own defense forces.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

12.SHOULD WE KEEP/GIVE UP SDF

12. Should we keep SDF, give them up, or doesn't it matter which.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

13.SHOULD WE HAVE ATOMIC/HYDROGEN WEAPONS

13. Do you think we should have atomic and hydrogen weapons.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

14A.A/O STRENGTHENING JAPAN'S MILITARY

14a. Japanese rearmament is much discussed on radio and in newspapers, but do you personally approve or oppose the strengthening of Japan's military. ... (view details)

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

14B.A/O REVISING CONSTITUTION FOR SDF?

14b. (IF APPROVE) Do you approve or oppose revising the Constitution to establish an army, navy, and air force.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

14C.(IF OPPOSE) WHY

14c. (IF OPPOSE) Why.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

15.KNOW PARTY POLICY ON CONSTIT REVISION

15. What is the Liberal-Democratic Party policy toward the constitution revision, Do you know. Can you identify the Socialist policy on revision. ... (view details)

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

16.DO JAPANESE UNIONS HAVE ENOUGH POWER

16. Labor unions were given many rights during the occupation, but generally speaking do you think Japanese unions today have too much power, not enough power yet, or just enough power. ... (view details)

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

17.THINK STRIKES BE MORE REGULATED

17. Do you think strikes and demonstrations should be more strictly regulated by law than they are now, or don't you think so.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

18A.JAPAN'S IMPORTANT FOREIGN POLICY 1ST

18a. What do you consider Japan's most important foreign policy problem today: first answer

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

18B.JAPAN'S IMPORTANT FOREIGN POLICY 2ND

18b. What do you consider Japan's most important foreign policy problem today: second answer

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

18C.JAPAN'S IMPORTANT FOREIGN POLICY 3RD

18c. What do you consider Japan's most important foreign policy problem today: third answer

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

19.AMERICA/RUSSIA WRKS HARDER FOR PEACE

19. Do you think America or Russia is working harder for peace.

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

20A.DISLIKE MOST AMERICAN POLICY IST

20a. What do you dislike more about American policy (behavior): first answer

Taken from: Attitudes Toward Foreign Policy in Osaka and Izumo, Japan, 1957.

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