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CUSEF poll findings: What does the general population think about the China-U.S. relation?

2020-03-25
Our poll showed that the American’s view of China has remained consistent since 2015 and their positive rating of the relationship fell by just 1% from 17% to 16%.
Our poll showed that the American’s view of China has remained consistent since 2015 and their positive rating of the relationship fell by just 1% from 17% to 16%.

During 2019 summer, we partnered with leading opinion research firm based in Washington D.C., Prime Group, and the prestigious Peking University in China, to conduct public perception studies in both countries. The poll, which tracked a benchmark survey conducted in 2015, showed that the American’s view of China has remained consistent since 2015 and their positive rating of the relationship fell by just 1% from 17% to 16%. Targets of study included the general population as well as policy experts in both countries.

Here are our interesting findings. To learn more about our findings, please visit here.

- Trade Tension -

  1. Who is responsible for the current trade tension?


  2. The trade war is having a negative impact on the global economy


- China-U.S. Relations Now and in the Future -

  1. Current positive ratings of the China-U.S. relations


  2. Will China-U.S. relation improve over the next 10 years?


  3. Do you approve your government's handling of the China-U.S. relations?


  4. Should educational and technological cooperation between China and the U.S. be increased or maintained at current levels?


- What Our American Young People Think - 

  1. 34% American Gen Z and Millennial remain the most optimistic demographics about the future of the relationship and believe that relations will get better in the next 10 years.



  2. American millennials' top 3 areas of concern on China
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