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Pew survey: 60% in US hold dim view of China amid trade war

Seattle Times Tuesday, 13 August 2019
WASHINGTON (AP) — Rising tensions over trade have dimmed Americans’ opinions of China. A new Pew Research Center poll finds that 60% say they have an unfavorable view of China — up from 47% last year to the highest proportion since Pew started asking the question 14 years ago. The survey results being released Tuesday […]
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Pew survey: 60% in US hold dim view of China amid trade war

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