Pew said the survey was based on face-to-face interviews with 3,177 respondents between March 18 and April 15. It gave a margin of error of 4.3 percent. The poll represents approximately 64 percent of China’s adult population, and the sample was disproportionately urban. China prohibits foreign polling organizations from surveying Chinese directly, so Pew obtained the poll data from Horizon Research Consultancy Group, a respected Beijing-based polling company.
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Half of Chinese like democracy ideas: poll
QUALITY CONTROL:The survey also found that people in China are becoming more concerned about inequality, though most say their personal finances have improved
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