McCain's support strengthens among Republicans and white evangelicals.
Seven-in-ten Chinese now say that people are better off in a free market economy, even though this means some may be rich while others are poor
About nine-in-ten (89%) Chinese identify the gap between rich and poor as a major problem and 41% cite it as a very big problem.
About a third of Chinese government workers and Communist Party officials expressed interest in access to information on religion, the highest level of interest by any occupational group in a 2005 Intermedia survey.
Six of the 10 countries that Americans most like to go to are countries that like Americans.