War in Ukraine widens global divide in public attitudes to US, China and Russia – report


Among the 1.2 billion people who inhabit the world’s liberal democracies, three-quarters (75%) now hold a negative view of China, and 87% a negative view of Russia, according to the report, published today by the University’s Centre for the Future of Democracy (CFD).


Yet among the 6.3 billion who live in the world’s remaining 136 countries, the opposite is the case – with 70% of people feeling positively towards China and 66% towards Russia.


War in Ukraine widens global divide in public attitudes to US, China and Russia – report


A World Divided: Russia, China and the West | University of Cambridge Research



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