Americans’ opinions of China have soured in recent years. But what are Americans thinking about when they say they have a negative view of China?
Fewer adults have confidence in Joe Biden to handle the U.S.-China relationship than other foreign policy issues.
Just 20% of U.S. adults cited promoting democracy as a top foreign policy objective, putting it at the bottom of the list of 20 topics polled.
The public is sharply divided by party, even as most support international cooperation and large majorities say it is important that the U.S. is respected around the world.
The novel coronavirus continues to pose weighty challenges for people around the world.
Majorities in all three countries said in a fall 2020 survey that the U.S. system needs either major changes or to be completely reformed.
Most in all three countries are optimistic that U.S. policies and trans-Atlantic relations will improve under his presidency.
“Saddened, hurt, disgusted,” one woman in her 50s said. “Never thought I would see anything like this in my life.”
In preelection tweets about the U.S., lawmakers abroad focused on how the election will affect bilateral ties and trade.
A median of 66% of adults in 14 countries express an unfavorable view of Russia, with majorities in 12 of the countries holding that view.