The Trump era saw a marked shift in attitudes towards the US. Photo: Getty Images
The Trump era saw a marked shift in attitudes towards the US. Photo: Getty Images

Younger Chinese more likely to hold unfavourable view of US, says study which concludes Donald Trump is much more to blame than propaganda

  • Researchers say that those born after 1990 are more likely to express negative views compared with previous generations
  • The study concluded that sentiments had taken a strong downward turn following Trump’s election in 2016

The Trump era saw a marked shift in attitudes towards the US. Photo: Getty Images
The Trump era saw a marked shift in attitudes towards the US. Photo: Getty Images

Corrected [9:33am, 17 Mar, 2022]

  • [9:33am, 17 Mar, 2022]

    The original version of this story contained a mistake in the affiliations of the authors of the research cited. It has been corrected to clarify that Songying Fang is from Rice University in Texas and Adam Liu is from National University of Singapore.

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