U.S.-China Public Perceptions Survey

U.S.-China Public Perceptions Survey

The survey report provides valuable original data on a wide range of issues pertinent Sino-American and Chinese American relations.

Committee of 100’s signature research product measures the evolving perception of Americans and Chinese on key issues affecting U.S.-China relations and Chinese Americans. It is one of the most quoted data reports in the U.S.-China field and is widely read by policy makers on both sides of the Pacific. Committee of 100 began conducting public perceptions surveys in 1994 and produced reports in 1994, 2001, 2007, 2012 (Chinese version), and 2017, tracking attitudinal shifts in American and Chinese perceptions.

Public Opinion Perceptions Survey 2017:




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