A recent survey shows that 41% of the Japanese people believe that the Tokyo Olympics will be held next year, a significant increase from three months ago.
Analysts believe that a very important reason for the people’s optimism about the Olympics is that the Japanese government and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government have repeatedly resolutely stated their positions since September. Another reason is that although the number of confirmed diagnoses in Japan is still high, the lives of the people are It has basically returned to normal, and Japan has not experienced large-scale infections as in European and American countries.
In the same survey conducted by the Asahi Shimbun at the end of July, 33% of the Japanese people believed that the Olympic Games could be held normally next year. However, a similar survey released by the Japan News Network on July 6 showed that only 17% of the respondents believed that the Olympics could be held, and as many as 77% of the respondents believed that the Tokyo Olympics next year would be "unsuccessful."
在《朝日新闻》 7月底进行的同一调查中，有33％的日本人认为明年奥运会可以正常举行。但是，日本新闻网7月6日发布的类似调查显示，只有17％的受访者认为可以举办奥运会，多达77％的受访者认为明年的东京奥运会“不会成功”。 。”
According to a survey conducted by Kyodo News in Tokyo at the end of June, more than 50% of Tokyo residents believe that the Olympics will either be cancelled or postponed again.