“Did the new crown shake the government’s confidence in the Chinese people?” The Washington Post published a poll on May 5.
A Canadian scholar, after questioning nearly 20,000 Chinese, came up with a definitive answer.
Gary Wu, a sociologist at York University in Canada, found in an article in the Washington Post on May 5 that a series of investigations into the Chinese government’s response to the epidemic had promoted its “legitimacy.” 98% of Chinese respondents trust the Chinese government.
Since the resumption of Wuhan in April last year, Wu Jim’s group has held a referendum on the Chinese people. First, the 2018 World Values Survey showed that 95% of the Chinese population said they trusted the federal government the most; But 69% have the same confidence in local governments.