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Unfavorable views of China jump 20 points to 66% in US: Pew

Negative sentiment spreads among young, likely influencing Trump vs Biden battle

Roughly 66% of U.S. adults said they have an unfavorable view of China, the most since Pew started asking about it in 2005 and marking a jump of nearly 20 percentage points from 2017.   © Reuters

NEW YORK -- American opinion toward China and its leadership has hit a historic low as the two countries wrestle to shape the coronavirus narrative, new data from the Pew Research Center shows.

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