Iwata’s Approval Rating Drops to Around 77 Percent

Iwata’s approval rating among investors is down from 90.60 percent from the past year.

By Mel Turnquist. Posted 07/02/2013 15:00 2 Comments     ShareThis

Nintendo president Satoru Iwata seems to be dropping in popularity with investors.

In the annual investor approval ratings that Nintendo has released, the numbers have shown that the approval ratings for Iwata have dropped from around 90.60 percent to 77.26 percent. This is over a 20 percent drop in ratings. To compare, the rest of the suits at Nintendo scored over 90 percent, which signals that perhaps people are growing tired of the head honcho. This only seems to put more pressure on Iwata as the holiday season is approaching quickly.

Iwata was rumored to have said that he would step down if Nintendo didn’t hit the levels that were predicted, but he’s since refuted these claims. That being said, it should be an interesting rest of the year for Nintendo.

Source: Nintendo Life

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