The Russia-Ukraine war has improved Americans’ perception of China
This is reflected, among other things, in the American public's perception of Moscow and Beijing, according to new polling results from the US-based Pew Research Center. Since Russia invaded Ukraine in late February, the proportion of American polled who say China is a US competitor has risen from 54% in January to 62% in March. Meanwhile, the proportion who say China is an enemy has fallen from 35% to 25%.
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