Pew study: Increasingly negative image of China in America

Not only the attitude of the government Trump against China hardens, the views of the American people on the Communist-ruled movers of world politics are darken

Pew study: Increasingly negative image of China in America

Not only the attitude of the government Trump against China hardens, the views of the American people on the Communist-ruled movers of world politics are darkening in a sustainable way. According to a new survey by the opinion research Institute Pew, 73 percent of Americans have a negative image of the population of the richest country in the world; only 22 percent have a positive image. Since 2018, therefore, the China has deteriorated image in the United States by 26 points since March of this year by seven points. In this respect, it is not surprising that around two-thirds of respondents, 64 percent, blame the Chinese authorities, they had done a "poor Job" at the beginning of the Corona pandemic, and only 31 percent acknowledge that they had responded well.

More than three-quarters, 78 percent, because China is to blame for the global spread of Coronavirus; they are herein the own government agree or make the representation that China is for the pandemic to be responsible, to own. President Donald Trump has repeatedly spoken of a "China-Virus". Exactly half of the respondents to pull out of China because of the role it played in the outbreak of the crisis accountable.

In the new survey, is evaluated the Chinese leader Xi Jinping as little trustworthy; the 77 percent of the respondents see it that way. Quite generally, the Chinese is considered to be-American relationship as rather bleak. Thus, more than two-thirds of respondents, 68 percent Express that view, the economic relations of the two countries were in a poor state. As an Echo to the trade disputes between the two countries, that is a little surprising.

Updated Date: 30 July 2020, 14:20

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