Ridzwan Abdul Rahman·December 5
Lives in Asia.
I am in Australia, and have several friends in China. They do about everything that I do. Chat on the internet, go shopping, work, travel within their country and overseas. So how is it that Chinese people are considered oppressed?
This is very strange! Oppressed people would not give a high approval rating for their government. But a Harvard University long term study shows that 95.5 percent of respondents in China were either “relatively satisfied” or “highly satisfied” with China’s government. This is the highest rating for any country in the world. Could they really be oppressed? Long-term survey reveals Chinese government satisfaction
In contrast to these findings, Gallup reported in January of this year that their latest polling on U.S. citizen satisfaction with the American federal government revealed only 38 percent of respondents were satisfied with the federal government.
A recent poll conducted for “The Australian” newspaper showed Morrison’s approval rating at 66%.
So are the Chinese really oppressed?