Attitude towards human rights protection law in China 2018

Attitude towards a law protecting human rights among people in China in 2018

by Shu Han, last edited Feb 5, 2019
Attitude towards human rights protection law in China 2018 This statistic illustrates the results of a survey on attitudes towards a law protecting human rights in China in 2018. According to the study published by IPSOS, around 78 percent of respondents in China agreed that it is important to have a law which protects human rights.
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Attitude towards a law protecting human rights among people in China in 2018

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