Iwata increases approval rating amongst Nintendo investors

Satoru Iwata’s plan to reverse Nintendo’s decline has been given the backing of investors.

As spotted by NeoGaf, the Nintendo boss has seen his approval rating amongst investors climb to 80.64 per cent, beating last year’s 77.26 per cent rating.

Note however that it still lags far behind his 2010, 2011 and 2012 scores of 96.74 per cent, 92.89 per cent and 90.60 per cent.

Also of note is that all other Nintendo executives saw a decrease in their approval rating, including development boss Shigeru Miyamoto who slipped from 92.74 per cent to 88.81 per cent.

Iwata was last week re-elected as Nintendo president.

In May Nintendo posted its third consecutive annual loss, leading to the publication of a long and detailed plan from Iwata detailing how he intends to turn the company back around.

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