76% of Japanese believe that Khan lacks leadership on nuclear crisis


76 percent of the Japanese prime minister believes that Japan, Naoto Kan, has no leadership in his handling of the crisis in the nuclear power plant in Fukushima-1, generated after the earthquake and subsequent tsunami on 11 March. This figure has exceeded the last survey in late March, which was 62.7 percent who expressed dissatisfaction.

Also, other results of the survey show that 23.6 percent considered that Kan should resign immediately, above the 13.8 percent the previous survey, as reported by Japanese news agency Kyodo.

Finally, 70.6 percent of respondents positively evaluated the management of the crisis by the Japan Government, while 52.3 percent said not viewed positively by the way the Administration is working with both areas affected by natural disasters.