98% approval of the CCP's management. Up from 95% in 2018.Interesting in that the CCP resorted to draconian measure to address the challenge and managed to get on top if it a matter of months. The priorities of governance are security, order, welfare, and distributed prosperity in that order. Liberties are adjusted to meet these priorities.The Washington PostDid the pandemic shake Chinese citizens’ trust in their government? We surveyed nearly 20,000 people to find out.Cary Wu | professor of sociology, York University, Ontario, CanadaSee alsoXi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, said the Party's 100-year history is a history of dedication to people's well-being and aspirations.ECNSXi stresses striving for people's well-beingalsoECNSXi visits
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