Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles A majority of Japanese say they don′t want the country′s post－war pacifist constitution to change. This is according to a new poll conducted by Kyodo News Agency. It showed that 60 percent of Japanese believe the constitution should not be altered. Only 32 percent said it should be changed. The figures indicate sentiment against changing the constitution may have grown amid Prime Minister Shinzo Abe′s efforts to push through unpopular legislation to expand Japan′s military role overseas. In addition， the poll found 52 percent of respondents think Japan is going in the wrong direction， more than the 46 percent who believe it is headed in the right direction. Kyodo News implemented the mail－based poll from May to June to look into public opinion ahead of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two.