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Part 6: "Media Watch": Poll on China's economic future

03-14-2012 21:47 BJT

Q1: We conducted a poll on Sina Weibo asking for people’s views on China’s future development. Can you share the results with us?

A1: Indeed, today we asked the question "How do you view China’s development in 2012?" So far, the results are not so optimistic. Half the respondents say they’re not optimistic, as many large-scale systemic problems have appeared. While over 43% of respondents say both challenges and hopes exist for China’s future and that more work needs to be done to carry out specific measures. Only 6% of respondents say they’re optimistic.

Q2: Some interesting comments you would like to share?

A2: We’ve seen many interesting and smart comments posted online, and I’d like to share two of them here. One netizen named "passer-by" says there have been many proposals made by representatives this year but what he really cares about is how many of them will actually be carried out. Another respondent says he hopes to see more strict law enforcement in the fields of food, construction and transportation, because they are closely related to people’s lives.

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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