Nearly half of young Chinese women in the city have no plans to get married.
This is a survey of about 3,000 Chinese aged 18-26, conducted by the Communist Youth League of China.
In the same survey, one-third of those interviewed said they had never fallen in love.
If you are a young, urban Chinese woman, you are almost 50% likely to plan not to get married.
according to it A new survey of the young urban population of China conducted by the wings of the Communist Youth League of China. The survey surveyed 2,905 unmarried adolescents living in Chinese cities between the ages of 18 and 26. We found that 44% of female respondents did not intend to get married and 25% of male respondents said the same thing.
As for why Gen Z in China doesn’t want hitchhiking, 34.5% of those surveyed say they don’t have the time or energy to get married. Meanwhile, 60.8% of Gen Z in China, who conducted a poll, said it was difficult to find the right person.
Participants mentioned several other reasons for not getting married, such as the financial costs of getting married and the financial burden of having children. One-third of the respondents said they did not believe in marriage, and a similar percentage said they had never been in love.
These findings are a bad sign for China as it seeks to implement new policies to raise fertility this year.Country Reported a 70% drop in divorce rates in the first quarter of 2021 After the “cooling-off” law, which requires local governments to wait a month before approving a couple’s divorce, comes into force. The law is Boosting China’s declining birthrate NS Discourage impulsive divorce.
In May of this year, China Launched new three-child policyRemoves the previous ban on having two or more children per couple. The abolition of the Futako policy was the first time in five years that China made significant changes to its population management guidelines. In 2016, the Chinese government one child policy, Implemented in 1979 to curb the country’s population boom.
This breakthrough in China’s population policy this year came after reports that it recorded the slowest population growth rate since the 1950s. These numbers are Census once every 10 years, This points out that the average annual growth rate of China’s population has dropped to 0.53% in the last decade- It decreased from 0.57% between 2000 and 2010.
However, Chinese millennials, spoken by insiders in June, said the three-child policy was unlikely to have the intended effect... They discourage insiders from the high cost of parenting, coupled with a fast-paced “9-9-6” lifestyle (people work 12 hours a day from 9am to 9pm, 6 days a week). He said he had it. Start your own family.
Although the total population of China is still 1.41 billion Reuters He reported that he failed to meet the 2016 target of reaching 1.42 billion by 2020.
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