Survey: 53% Supported Princess Mako’s Marriage, 33% Rejected

In the midst of the discussion, one study showed 53% of Japanese residents really upheld the marriage of Sovereign Naruhito’s niece, Princess Mako, to ordinary citizen Kei Komuro. Just 33% of respondents declined.

In light of the Yomiuri Shimbun study alluded to by AFP, most of respondents from all ages support the marriage.


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Of respondents matured 18-39 years, 59 percent even help the marriage. When seen by sex, 53% of men and 54 percent of ladies who partook in this review likewise upheld Princess Mako’s marriage.

Princess Mako and Komuro are formally hitched today, Tuesday (26/10) without a customary magnificent service. Because of wedding an average citizen, Mako needed to surrender her girl’s title.

Mako needed to surrender the title in light of the fact that Komuro, who fills in as a legal counselor at a Japanese law office, doesn’t come from an honorable and regal family.

Since Mako reported her commitment in 2017, various individuals have gone against the connection between the two lovebirds, basically due to different skewed bits of gossip about Komuro.

In front of Mako’s wedding, various individuals held a dissent exhibition in Tokyo. The majority of the demonstrators came from moderates and moderately aged occupants.


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The demonstrators conveyed bulletins bearing negative remarks, for example, “Stop this wretched marriage,” to “Don’t discolor the realm.”

In any case, there are certain individuals who voice their help for Mako and Komuro’s marriage.

“The main thing is she (Mako) is cheerful,” Machiko Yoshimoto, a Tokyo occupant, told AFP.

Another occupant, Shigehiro Hashimoto, said he likewise lamented that Princess Mako needed to wed just.

“Clearly, it would have been exceptional if (the wedding) was done in a merry climate, as opposed to in this convoluted circumstance, which is somewhat miserable and unfortunate,” he said.


Source: Reuters and CNN. Stay tuned for more international news about Princess Mako’s Marriage.