Polling company Gallup’s latest survey of US public opinion finds that only a third of Americans have a positive view of China. Photo: AFPPolling company Gallup’s latest survey of US public opinion finds that only a third of Americans have a positive view of China. Photo: AFP
Polling company Gallup’s latest survey of US public opinion finds that only a third of Americans have a positive view of China. Photo: AFP

US public’s opinion of China hits 20-year low, Gallup poll says

  • Survey finds only a third of US citizens regard China favourably, hitting late-1990s lows and a point below Gallup’s figures after 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown
  • As US presidential campaigns gear up, Republicans say China is US’ greatest adversary, while Democrats see Russia as biggest threat

Topic |   US-China relations
Polling company Gallup’s latest survey of US public opinion finds that only a third of Americans have a positive view of China. Photo: AFPPolling company Gallup’s latest survey of US public opinion finds that only a third of Americans have a positive view of China. Photo: AFP
Polling company Gallup’s latest survey of US public opinion finds that only a third of Americans have a positive view of China. Photo: AFP
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