China Negatively Looked at Record Rates in Nine Nations, Poll Cess

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According to a global survey, negative perceptions of China have reached a record high in the US and other major economies. Pew Research Center.

The survey found that the majority of respondents in the 14 surveyed countries held unfavorable opinions of China. Negative opinion reached its highest point since its negative views on the subject more than a decade ago – in nine countries, including the US, Germany, Britain, South Korea, Australia and Canada.

“China’s view has become more negative in recent years in many advanced economies, and unfavorable opinions have increased over the past year,” some said In the report published on Tuesday.

Beijing’s deteriorating global views have led national leaders to criticize China’s handling of the Kovid-19 epidemic, as well as the country’s human rights record and its rapidly growing stance in international affairs. China has emerged as an issue in the US presidential election, with President Donald Trump making statements against his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping. China’s policies in Xinjiang and its far-flung region of Hong Kong have also drawn criticism overseas.

Adverse evaluation

There has been a significant increase in negative views of China over the previous year

Source: Pew Research Center


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