Surveys by Pew and other major polling organisations have charted a significant rise in American distrust toward China since President Donald Trump came into office. Photo: Reuters Surveys by Pew and other major polling organisations have charted a significant rise in American distrust toward China since President Donald Trump came into office. Photo: Reuters
Surveys by Pew and other major polling organisations have charted a significant rise in American distrust toward China since President Donald Trump came into office. Photo: Reuters

US public opinion of China hits new low, Pew Research survey shows

  • A Pew poll of 1,000 people taken in March found that 66 per cent of respondents held an unfavourable view of China
  • A majority of Americans said they lacked confidence in Xi to do the right thing

Topic |   US-China trade war
Surveys by Pew and other major polling organisations have charted a significant rise in American distrust toward China since President Donald Trump came into office. Photo: Reuters Surveys by Pew and other major polling organisations have charted a significant rise in American distrust toward China since President Donald Trump came into office. Photo: Reuters
Surveys by Pew and other major polling organisations have charted a significant rise in American distrust toward China since President Donald Trump came into office. Photo: Reuters
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