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In China we trust

我们相信中国

【作       者】:

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【机       构】: 皇家国际事务研究所
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【英文机构】: Chatham House
【原文地址】: https://www.chathamhouse.org/publications/twt/china-we-trust
【发表时间】:

2018-02-12

摘要

In America, under Donald Trump, trust has declined catastrophically, by 37 percentage points, in the four institutions covered by the survey – government, business, media and NGOs. By contrast, in China under Xi Jinping trust has risen by 27 percentage points. In the US, the fall in trust in government is particularly dramatic, declining from 63 per cent to 33 per cent among the informed public, and from 47 per cent to 33 per cent in the general population. In China, trust in government – if the respondents are speaking truthfully – is an astonishing 89 per cent, up three points, for the informed public and 71 per cent, up 6 points, for the general population. In a year dominated by ‘fake news’, the survey showed that globally people were becoming more trusting of traditional media and less trusting of news from online searches and social media. In Britain, only 24 per cent trusted social media. But fully 64 per cent of the respondents said they could not distinguish between proper journalism and fake news. Surveys were carried out for the Edelman Trust Barometer in October and November 2017

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