Urban China trusts anonymous sources over state media

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The urban Chinese population has greater trust in anonymous online microblogs than state run newspapers and television news, a new study has revealed. The Epoch Times has reported that the findings were made in a study on the quality of life of urban residents by the Institute of Sociology
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