Recent Survey Showed Residents Enjoy Living in Shenzhen

Recent Survey Showed Residents Enjoy Living in ShenzhenIn a recent survey conducted by the city civil affairs office showed that around 93 percent of Shenzhen residents are enjoying living and working in the city. The survey was conducted among residents to create a public civility index for Shenzhen.

The results belong to a social interaction category which indicated Shenzhen residents are feeling a strong sense of belonging in the city. In another social interaction category 99.5 percent of surveyed residents said that the city treated migrant workers nicely, while 63 percent said their relationship with their neighbors are good. Other survey categories include public order, public activities and public environment. Among the three public activities scored the highest while public environment scored the lowest.

Reports also showed respondents gave strong scores to public facilities, cultural venues and leisure areas. Others cited the prevalence of uncivilized behaviors like spitting in public, placing stickers and graffiti, throwing garbage on streets and disobeying traffic lights. Survey also gauged civility and life quality in different areas for the second quarter of this year using a 100 point scale with 100 as the highest score.

Yantian district garnered the highest average with 85.25 points followed by Nanshan and Futian districts for second and third place.

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