People around the globe are divided in their opinions of China

LAURA SILVERKAT DEVLIN AND CHRISTINE HUANG of Pew Research –

As the People’s Republic of China celebrates the 70th anniversary of its founding, it gets mixed reviews from people around the world, according to Pew Research Center’s latest Global Attitudes survey. A median of 40% across the 34 countries surveyed have a favorable opinion of China, compared with a median of 41% who have an unfavorable opinion.

And, while majorities in most countries agree China’s influence on the world stage has grown markedly, this has not necessarily translated into favorable views of the country.

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