There is no shortage of polls on how people around the world feel about globalization, but here is one that asks a somewhat different question: what do you think about the pace at which economic globalization has been advancing?
It turns out that in a majority of countries, most people feel economic globalization is growing too rapidly. Here are the results country by country:
Look at China: more people there think that the pace is too rapid than in the U.S. Aren't the Chinese the main beneficiary of what we have now? Well, maybe no longer all the Chinese.
Interestingly, Turkey bucks the trend: a clear majority there feels that the pace of globalization has been too slow! A comment on the tortuous process of membership in the EU perhaps? Or a reassuring sign that headscarf or not, Turks are obstinate modernizers?