Poll: Most Chinese Satisfied With Nation's Progress As the Olympics approach, a poll finds the vast majority of Chinese are satisfied with their country's direction. The Pew Research Center conducted face-to-face interviews with more than 3,000 Chinese. But China's stunning economic growth is also raising concerns about rising prices and the income gap.
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Poll: Most Chinese Satisfied With Nation's Progress

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Poll: Most Chinese Satisfied With Nation's Progress

Poll: Most Chinese Satisfied With Nation's Progress

Poll: Most Chinese Satisfied With Nation's Progress

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As the Olympics approach, a poll finds the vast majority of Chinese are satisfied with their country's direction. The Pew Research Center conducted face-to-face interviews with more than 3,000 Chinese. China's stunning economic growth is one explanation for the extraordinary optimism. But the growth is also raising concerns about rising prices and the country's growing income gap.

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