The researchers rejected a theory that the Chinese government was sitting on a “social volcano” of suppressed public dissatisfaction. Photo: AFPThe researchers rejected a theory that the Chinese government was sitting on a “social volcano” of suppressed public dissatisfaction. Photo: AFP
The researchers rejected a theory that the Chinese government was sitting on a “social volcano” of suppressed public dissatisfaction. Photo: AFP

Chinese rate government ‘more capable than ever before’, long-term Harvard study finds

  • Surveys of more 31,000 people from 2003 to 2016 show a swell of support for the ruling Communist Party
  • But report authors say slowing economic growth could dent public opinion
Topic |   China’s Communist Party
The researchers rejected a theory that the Chinese government was sitting on a “social volcano” of suppressed public dissatisfaction. Photo: AFPThe researchers rejected a theory that the Chinese government was sitting on a “social volcano” of suppressed public dissatisfaction. Photo: AFP
The researchers rejected a theory that the Chinese government was sitting on a “social volcano” of suppressed public dissatisfaction. Photo: AFP
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