Pyeongtaek, South Korea – Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s public opinion ratings continue to plummet.
One major polling source showed him suffering a 14-point plunge, while another resulted in a higher disapproval than approval rating for the first time since he took office. His lowest polling number from a major source placed him at 29% — creeping into the danger zone for Japanese prime ministers.
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