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Global Poll Showed U.S. Still Enjoys a Better Image than China

Well-known Chinese news portal Netease recently reported that the latest global Pew poll, which has been conducted annually since 2005, showed that, as usual, the United States has a better national image than China. Around 69 percent of the global population surveyed expressed a positive impression of the United States, while 55 percent were positive about China. In most regions of the world, the U.S. won a higher preferable ratio. Interestingly, both China’s highest and lowest ratings were from Asia. Around 82 percent of the people surveyed in Pakistan gave China a positive score. At the same time, the poll in Japan showed a below-single-digit percentage positive rating for China. This has been the case for the past three years. 
Source: Netease, June 26, 2015