In Britain, 29 per cent of young people saw China as a partner, compared with 20 per cent for all ages. Photo: Xinhua In Britain, 29 per cent of young people saw China as a partner, compared with 20 per cent for all ages. Photo: Xinhua
In Britain, 29 per cent of young people saw China as a partner, compared with 20 per cent for all ages. Photo: Xinhua

Western views of China more positive among those aged 18 to 24, survey finds

  • Overall results reflect deteriorating relationship between China and the West
  • But younger respondents to survey by American think tanks ‘hold a remarkably cooperative view on their country’s relationship with China’

Topic |   China-EU relations
In Britain, 29 per cent of young people saw China as a partner, compared with 20 per cent for all ages. Photo: Xinhua In Britain, 29 per cent of young people saw China as a partner, compared with 20 per cent for all ages. Photo: Xinhua
In Britain, 29 per cent of young people saw China as a partner, compared with 20 per cent for all ages. Photo: Xinhua
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