Chinese Views of Americans Becoming Increasingly Negative
Only 39 percent of those polled said they would call the relationship with the U.S. co-operative, down from 68 percent in 2010
Chinese views on US-China relations have declined sharply in the last two years, a new study has found.
Only 39% of people said they would call the relationship co-operative, down from 68% in 2010, a Pew report said.
The number of people who described US-China ties as hostile was up to 26% from 8% two years earlier.
Many Chinese people, especially the young, urban and well-educated, said they admired elements of US soft power, such as science and technology.