65% of Americans say Hamas bears a lot of responsibility for the current conflict, compared with 35% who say this about the Israeli government.
Around three-quarters of adults in Hong Kong (74%) express an emotional attachment to China.
In most places surveyed, more people name China’s influence as a major threat than any of the other geopolitical issues asked about.
85% of Americans and 77% of Germans see the relationship between their countries as good. A majority of Americans see Germany as a partner on key issues, including dealing with China and the war in Ukraine. But Germans are less confident about partnering with the United States on China policy.
People in 23 countries tend to see U.S. President Joe Biden more positively than Chinese President Xi Jinping.
We examine how the U.S. and China stack up to one another on more than 10 measures of international public opinion, spanning from confidence in their leaders to views of their universities and technological achievements.
Across 24 countries surveyed, a median of 66% give the EU a positive rating, while 29% give it a negative one.
People in Hungary and Poland have different views on the future of the economic sanctions that the European Union and the U.S. have imposed on Russia. Roughly half of Hungarians believe these sanctions should be decreased, while just 3% of Poles say the same. Most Polish adults (67%) prefer instead to increase sanctions against Russia.
About six-in-ten Mexicans (59%) say that people who move to the U.S. have a better life there. 34% of Mexicans say that life is neither better nor worse in the U.S.
The share of Americans who say the United States stands above all other nations in the world has declined modestly over the past four years.