Western views of China more positive among those aged 18 to 24, survey finds

Westerners aged 18 to 24 hold more positive attitudes towards China than their elders, standing out from a generally negative perception of the world’s second-largest economy, a survey has found.American think tanks the Bertelsmann Foundation and the German Marshall Fund conducted a poll of attitudes in 11 countries, such as the United States and Germany, on a range of topics including relations with China, war in the Middle East and responses to the coronavirus pandemic and climate change…


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