DATA STORY: China's image is getting weak, big countries of the world do not trust
The world's advanced economy believes that the Chinese government does not respect the personal freedom of the people of its country. This was revealed in a research survey conducted by Pew. In the US, 90 percent say that personal freedom is not respected in China.
The Communist Party of China celebrated its foundation day a few days ago. Day by day the image of China is getting tarnished all over the world. The world's advanced economy believes that the Chinese government does not respect the personal freedom of the people of its country. This was revealed in a research survey conducted by Pew.
90 percent of the people in America say that the personal freedom of the people in China is not respected. In this, 93 percent people were Republican and 87 percent people were supporting Democratic ideology. 88 percent in Canada, 95 percent in Sweden, 91 percent in the Netherlands, 89 percent in Italy, 88 percent in Belgium, 87 percent in Spain, 85 percent in Germany, 84 percent in Britain, 83 percent in France, 75 percent in Greece Believes that the personal freedom of the people is not respected in China.
According to the research survey, there has been no positive change in the opinion of Japan, Sweden, Australia, South Korea and America regarding China since 2020 so far. At the same time, negativity about China has increased in countries like Australia, Sweden, Britain and Canada. Only countries like Singapore and New Zealand advocated that better relations with the US as well as China were necessary.
China lost faith in these big countries
Research survey revealed that 80 percent of people in Sweden have a negative attitude towards China. At the same time, 76, 73, 72, 71 percent of the people of America, Canada, Netherlands, Germany respectively have a negative attitude towards China. Only 52 percent of the people in Greece were positive about China's views, while only 42 percent people disagreed with China's views.
Key highlights of the survey
Only a few trust the Chinese President: According to Pew's research survey report, only a few people trust Chinese President Xi Jinping. Very few are sure that he will do the right thing in matters of global relations. 82 percent in America, 78 percent in Canada, 86 percent in Sweden, 78 percent in Spain, 77 percent in Germany, 77 percent in France, 76 percent in Belgium expressed distrust in the Chinese President.
Fighting for human rights in China is necessary: When people in countries were asked in the survey whether the struggle for human rights in China is necessary, even if it harms economic ties, people's opinion was mixed. New Zealand (80%), Australia (78%) and Japan (54%) gave their opinion more favorably.
Elders expressed more displeasure about China: There is more resentment among the elderly about China's efforts regarding the Corona disaster, China's attitude towards personal freedom of the people. Only in South Korea, Taiwan and Singapore, the elderly were relatively happy with China's behavior. There is resentment among the youth about the behavior of China.