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Chinese Public Sees More Powerful Role in World, Names U.S. as Top Threat

Poster:Post date:2016-10-06
Catergory:Polls
Region:(China),(U.S.-China Relations)
Issue:(U.S.-China Engagement),(China’s Rise)
(PEW, By Richard Wike and Bruce Stokes) The United States gets mixed reviews in China. Half give the U.S. a favorable rating, while 44% offer a negative one. But 52% think the U.S. is trying to prevent China from becoming an equal power; only 29% believe the U.S. is willing to accept China’s rise.  
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