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.
Voters give Obama's campaign higher marks than McCain's.
A majority of voters want a third political party.
A majority of Chinese (53%) believe they will someday become the leading superpower.
According to a Pew Global Attitudes survey, 31% of the Chinese public considers religion to be very or somewhat important in their lives, compared with only 11% who say religion is not at all important.
Democrats are following campaign news more closely than are Republicans.
Nearly six-in-ten Americans say Republicans favor the rich.
Majorities in 18 of 24 countries describe current economic conditions in their country as bad.
A plurality of Americans think it was a bad decision to hold the Olympics in Beijing.
Young voters identify much more with Democrats than Republicans.