Unfavorable Views of China Reach Historic Highs in Many Countries
Across 14 advanced nations, a median of 61% say China has done a bad job in handling the coronavirus outbreak. And at least seven-in-ten in each of these countries have little or no confidence in President Xi Jinping.
Negative views of both U.S. and China abound across advanced economies amid COVID-19
Americans Fault China for Its Role in the Spread of COVID-19
Republicans see China more negatively than Democrats, even as criticism rises in both parties
Nigerians living near a major Belt and Road project grew more positive toward China after it was completed
Our analysis assesses the relationship between Nigerians’ distance to a major Chinese investment in their country and their views toward China.
U.S. Views of China Increasingly Negative Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
Republicans are more negative than Democrats toward China, though unfavorable ratings have climbed among both parties.
Fast facts about South Koreans’ views of democracy as legislative election nears
South Koreans are headed to the polls April 15 as the COVID-19 pandemic continues; 300 seats in the country’s legislative body are at stake.
Americans See Spread of Disease as Top International Threat, Along With Terrorism, Nuclear Weapons, Cyberattacks
Most say cooperation with other countries is important in dealing with global threats, especially on the spread of infectious diseases.
Use our Global Indicators Database to analyze international public opinion
Our Global Indicators Database serves as a repository of data on global views about international and domestic politics, economics and other topics.
Americans and Germans Differ in Their Views of Each Other and the World
Political divides on both sides of the Atlantic continue to shape attitudes about relations with other nations, perceptions about defense spending and Americans’ and Germans’ views of each other.
Democratic Rights Popular Globally but Commitment to Them Not Always Strong
Majorities say the democratic principles tested on our survey are at least somewhat important. But often, underwhelming percentages describe democratic rights and institutions as very important.
People in Asia-Pacific regard the U.S. more favorably than China, but Trump gets negative marks
Across six Asia-Pacific nations, a median of 64% have favorable views of the U.S. Many among Asian publics name the U.S. as their top ally.
While India’s public views Trump positively, there’s less enthusiasm for his trade policies
As President Donald Trump prepares for a state visit to India, the two nations’ economic relationship will take center stage.
Around the world, more see the U.S. positively than China, but little confidence in Trump or Xi
The U.S. receives more positive marks than China in 21 countries surveyed, while China fares better than the U.S. in seven countries.
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