More than 95 percent of respondents to a survey by China Youth Daily hope Chinese authorities can continue their campaign against corruption, according to results published in the newspaper on August 12.
About 93 percent of the sample of 49,969 people said that they are "paying attention" to the campaign, with 85 percent saying they are "paying close attention." Only 2.7 percent said they "did not care."
About 60.5 percent said that the leadership's anti-graft fight has boosted their confidence in China's development, with 29.1 percent saying it had not had any boosting effect and 10.1 percent expressing uncertainty.
China has waged an unrelenting battle against corruption after the 18th National Congress of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) held in November 2012.
The most recent officials taken down include Zhou Yongkang, a former Standing Committee member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, and Xu Caihou, former Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission. The two have also been the campaign's biggest catch so far.