U.S.-China Public Perceptions Survey

C100’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. C100 began conducting public perceptions surveys in 1994 and produced reports in 1994, 2001, 2007, 2012, and 2017, tracking attitudinal shifts in American and Chinese perceptions.

Public Opinion Perceptions Survey 2017

 

MEDIA COVERAGE View All >>

Is War with China Inevitable?

Link to article >>

May 29, 2017 | Washington Times

Rising Distrust between Americans and Chinese: Survey

Link to article >>

May 24, 2017 | Asia Times

When U.S.-China Business Influentials Don’t See Eye To Eye, Take A Deep Breath

Link to article >>

May 20, 2017 | Forbes

RELATED VIDEOS View All >>
  • Committee of 100

    Extraordinary Chinese Americans

  • Ensuring Full Inclusion in America
    Advancing U.S.-China Relations
  • Connect
  • Contact
  • 257 Park Avenue Sounth
    19th Fl.
    New York,NY 10010 Phone:212-371-6565
    Fax:212-371-9009

    c100@committee100.org

  • Sign Up For Updates