A poll conducted across China last year found that just 3.3 per cent of respondents trusted the government less since the Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: AFP A poll conducted across China last year found that just 3.3 per cent of respondents trusted the government less since the Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: AFP
A poll conducted across China last year found that just 3.3 per cent of respondents trusted the government less since the Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: AFP

Chinese more trusting of government months into pandemic, survey finds

  • Almost 20,000 people interviewed for study in April last year, soon after Wuhan emerged from strict lockdown
  • Nearly half of them said they trusted the central authorities more since the outbreak, but there was less trust at the lower levels of government

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A poll conducted across China last year found that just 3.3 per cent of respondents trusted the government less since the Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: AFP A poll conducted across China last year found that just 3.3 per cent of respondents trusted the government less since the Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: AFP
A poll conducted across China last year found that just 3.3 per cent of respondents trusted the government less since the Covid-19 outbreak. Photo: AFP
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