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78.34% of people believe that China revitalized the world economy

BEIJING, August 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — More than 78 percent of people around the world believe that the Chinese economy has injected vitality into the global economy over the past decade and has become the engine of the world economy , according to a joint survey conducted by CGTN Think Tank and the Chinese Institute of Public Opinion of Renmin University of china.

The survey interviewed respondents who average 38.64 years of age from developed countries such as the US, UK, France, Germany, canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea i singaporeas well as developing countries like brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Thailand, India, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, nigeria, Kenya i South Africa. More than half of the respondents have higher education, with 54.71% having a bachelor’s degree or higher, of which 15.22% are masters and doctors.

The survey showed that 91.46 percent of respondents from Africa he spoke very well from China economic achievements. europe it followed closely with a share of 81.6 percent, while North America ranked third with 78.09 percent.

People from the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) countries stood out from China economic achievements. Meanwhile, 84.02% of respondents from developing countries trust the Chinese economy, more than those from developed countries.

Hard work pays off

The vast majority of respondents have a positive impression of the Chinese people, with 84.42% of African respondents and 71.18% of European respondents believing that the Chinese people are hardworking and self-motivated.

from China gross domestic product per capita has increased from $6,100 in addition to $12,000 over the past 10 years, which 76.65 percent of respondents believe is remarkable. In the survey, more than 70 percent of respondents from five continents believe china is getting richer.

china succeeded in lifting nearly 100 million people in rural areas out of poverty over the past decade, and the vast majority of global respondents believed that the two main reasons for the historic success are that from China The economy continues to grow rapidly and Chinese leaders are determined and marching firmly towards their goals.

When it comes to rapid technological development, respondents are most impressed from China 5G development, artificial intelligence and high-speed rail. In Africa73.87 percent of respondents were more impressed from China 5G and 55.28 percent praised the country’s high-speed rail. In europe52.77 percent of respondents were impressed with the country’s progress in artificial intelligence.

A multipolar world

The survey also asked respondents about their views on the future world order. Around 6% of people worldwide believe that the world will be unipolar in the future, dominated by the US or china – while 34 percent, the largest group, believe a multipolar world is the most likely prospect, according to the survey.

The Chinese concept of “a community with a shared future,” which emphasizes humanity as a whole and seeks a new path to avoid confrontation, was supported by 61 percent of respondents.

People in BRI participating countries were more in agreement from China worldview

Among the influences that the BRI has brought to its nations are “sharing the gains of development” (53%), “expanding the international market” (51%), “strengthening basic infrastructure” (44%) and “fostering exchanges cultural” (43%). percent) are the most chosen in the survey.

Only 8 percent said they believed their countries were subject to established “debt traps” china.

According to the poll, a majority approved from China human rights approach.

About 57 percent of the people surveyed agreed with the statement “china always deals with human rights in a realistic and practical way. Human rights should not be separated from the realities and stages of development of any country. The rights to subsistence and development are the most basic,” and 26 percent overall agreed




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