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Perception of the world as becoming better in Japan 2018

Share of people in Japan who agree with the statement that more things are getting better in the world than are getting worse as of November 2018

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 21, 2019
Perception of the world as becoming better in Japan 2018 This statistic presents the results of a survey on the Japanese perception of the world as becoming better as of November 2018. According to data published by Ipsos, around 22 percent of respondents in Japan were optimistic and agreed that more things were getting better in the world than were getting worse. Only about one percent of respondents strongly agreed with this statement.
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Share of people in Japan who agree with the statement that more things are getting better in the world than are getting worse as of November 2018

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