An American poll concluded that the Chinese government has the world’s 1st trust rating

The results of the “Edelman Global Trust Survey Report” recently released show that the trust of the Chinese government is as high as 91%, ranking first among the surveyed countries. Experts have analyzed that polls in China must be approved and monitored, and the details of the survey are unclear. In response to the survey results, Xia Ming, a professor of political science at the City University of New York, believes that if you want to test the comparison between the United States and China mentioned in this poll, you only need a little brainstorming to find the problems. If the borders of the two countries are fully opened, whether the Americans flock to live in China or the Chinese flock to live in the United States is a simple brain experiment.

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The Edelman Trust Barometer is the result of a survey of more than 36,000 respondents in 28 countries in November last year, according to sources quoted by the Central News Agency today. Trust in the four major social sectors of their country: government, business, NGO, and media.

The survey results show that Chinese respondents have 91% trust in the Chinese government, up 9 percentage points from last year; while American respondents have only 39% trust in the US government, down 3 percentage points from last year. Combining the total trust of the four major social sectors, China is 83%, while the United States is only 43%.

According to Edelman himself, this year’s trust survey report shows that the biggest losers are Germany, Australia, the Netherlands, South Korea and the United States; the biggest winners are China, the United Arab Emirates, and Thailand.

However, the details of the analysis and criticism investigation are unclear regarding the trust of the Chinese government, which ranks first in the world. According to a report by the Central News Agency today, the results of the “Edelman Global Trust Survey Report” recently released show that the trust of the Chinese government is as high as 91%, ranking first among the surveyed countries. Experts have analyzed that polls in China must be approved and monitored, and the details of the survey are unclear.

The report quoted the Voice of America (VOA) as saying that Yu Ping, the former China director of the American Bar Association’s Rule of Law Program, said that the conditions for conducting such surveys in China are not ideal, because the Chinese government prohibits foreigners from doing polls in China. Polls in China must be approved by the government and conducted under its watch, the Edelman poll did not provide details of those.

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Xia Ming, a professor of political science at the City University of New York, said that in countries that basically believe in liberal traditions, voter turnout and trust will decrease; in an authoritarian country with only one political party, its government consciously cultivates a high degree of social dependence on the state or has a high degree of trust. Organizational dependencies, this is the fundamental difference. Xia Ming said that if you want to test the comparison between the United States and China mentioned in this poll, you only need a little brainstorming to find the problem. If the borders of the two countries are fully opened, whether the Americans flock to live in China or the Chinese flock to live in the United States is a simple brain experiment.

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Richard Edelman, CEO of Edelman Public Relations Consultants, said at a press conference at the time of the release of the investigative report that none of the blue ranks of trustworthy countries is a democratic country, and the gap between the Chinese people and the American people’s trust in the government It’s the biggest difference I’ve ever seen. Edelman said that this year’s trust survey report shows that the biggest losers are Germany, Australia, the Netherlands, South Korea and the United States; the biggest winners are China, the United Arab Emirates and Thailand.

According to VOA, Edelman International operates globally, including in Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America. There are offices in Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Shenzhen in China.

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