Two Sessions in figures

BEIJING: Since February 25, the number of searches for “two sessions” surpassed that of “Spring Festival rush.” The terms “economic new normal” was the most-searched keyword a week before this year’s two sessions, data revealed, a sign that China’s economic future is among the top issues concerning the general public.
Following government action fighting “tigers” and “flies” in China’s anti-graft campaign, how to combat corruption in accordance with the law and create a systematic anti-corruption framework have also raised concerns.
For the second year in a row, “housing security” made the top three. “Accumulation fund” and “economically affordable housing” are also hot search items, as well as “environmental protection.”