For one thing, although the Chinese don’t elect their leaders, they trust their government more. According to recent World Values Surveys, 96.7% of Chinese expressed confidence in their government, compared to only 37.3% of Americans. Likewise, 83.5% of Chinese thought their country is run for all the people, rather than for a few big interest groups, whereas only 36.7% of Americans thought the same of their country.Source: http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/shiller40
Saturday, 24 November 2007
The People Don't Trust the People?
This I think is interesting: