US Public Views on China
Nina Hachigian was a guest blogger on The Diplomat’s blog China Power.
Every year, the Chicago Council on Global Affairs conducts a survey of US opinion on foreign affairs. This year, they asked quite a few questions about China, with the subsequent report summarizing US public attitudes on China as the following:
- More than two-thirds think that the United States should undertake friendly cooperation and engagement with China rather than actively work to limit the growth of China’s power.
- While Americans don’t see the rise of China as highly threatening at this point, they are keeping a watchful eye on it, showing some concern about economic relations and hedging against a potential future military threat.
- Three-quarters of Americans believe it’s likely that someday China’s economy will grow to be as large as the U.S. economy.
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This article was originally published in The Diplomat.
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