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Week 6-2 Regime Support (3)

Week 6-2 Regime Support (3) - – Income Level • High...

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Political Attitude in Urban China Satisfaction with Reform (1987~1999) China in World Free Speech Housing Crime Control Environment Income Opportunity Job Opportunity
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Political Attitude in Urban China Perceived Reform Speed (1987~1999) 27 27 35 53 50 39 33 30 46 45 36 25 13 22 33 50 27 27 28 21 16 17 20 14 0 1 1 1 21 22 14 6 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 87-5 n=2576 87-10 n=2438 88-5 n=2577 88-10 n=2176 89-5 n=2143 89-10 n=2020 91-11 n=2520 99-10 n=1820 don' t know t oo sl ow j ust r i ght t oo f ast * Sources: ESRIC Surveys and the 1999 Six-City Survey
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Political Attitude in Urban China Determinants of Support for Economic Reform
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Unformatted text preview: – Income Level • High earners are more satisfied with the overall reform because of their improved economic opportunities. – Gender • Male workers are more negative than females about the overall effect of reform and were dissatisfied with both their economic opportunity and their political freedom – Education • The more educated show more awareness of the need for public services and know that they would receive further benefits with further reform....
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