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Survey on China's Social Attitude and Development
Source: china.org.cn
Source Date: Friday, December 07, 2012
Focus: Institution and HR Management
Country: China
Created: Dec 11, 2012

The National Institute of Social Development has conducted a survey on China's social attitude and social development situation, hoping to analyze our country's social development status through observing its people's subjective feelings and social attitudes.

The target population of this research was the Chinese urban residents. Through luck of the draw, the National Institute of Social Development picked 60 cities and 540 neighborhood committees from 31 provinces and municipalities directly based under the central government and autonomous regions.

The gathered data regarding different specific topics were then recorded in a total of seven research reports:
1. Report on China's social prosperity (2012)
2. Report on China's city public service status (2012)
3. Report on China's social management performance (2012)
4. Report on Chinese government's social responsibility (2012)
5. Report on Chinese public participation (2012)
6. Report on China's social inclusion and social protection (2012)
7. Report on Chinese urban residents' life quality(2012)

At this time, the roprt on China's urban public service (2012) and that on the public participation (2012) have been released.

Main findings in regards to the status of China's city public service (2012):
• In general, people are confident and satisfied with China's city public service status.
• The level of public service in different regions varies widely. Residents of the eastern regions are more satisfied than their counterparts on the western side of the country.
• The organizational inequalities in the field of public service are obvious.
Local residents are more satisfied than non-local residents in terms of public service, social insurance, medical treatment and public health, and basic education.

Main findings of the report on the status of Chinese public participation (2012):
• Lack of opportunity to participate or express their demands, part of residents gain low economic and social status. The lower their social position, the fewer chances they get to participate or express their demands.
• Nearly half (46%) of the interviewees have no institutionalized channel to express their demands.
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