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Japan's risk-averse youth lean heavily conservative

Generation that favors job security and frugality votes cautiously, too

KEN MORIYASU, Nikkei Asian Review chief desk editor | Japan

TOKYO -- Japan's youth showed strong support for the establishment and voted heavily for the ruling Liberal Democratic Party in Sunday's election -- the first lower house poll since the voting age was lowered to 18 from 20 -- Kyodo data reveals.

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