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Chinese views of the world at the time of the Russia-Ukraine war. Evidence from a March 2022 public opinion survey

Turcsányi, Richard

1. edition,2022, 31 pp,
ISBN 978-80-244-6130-4
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obor - Politologie
This report is a result of a large-scale online survey of public opinion in Mainland China, conducted between 9-23 March 2022, with a research sample (N=3039) representative of the Chinese population with respect to gender, age (18-65 years), and country region. Chinese respondents have very positive views of Russia and very negative views of the US. In fact, of the 25 countries respondents were asked about, Russia was the most positively perceived country, while the US was the most negatively perceived. As our survey was collected at the height of the Chinese public and media attention towards the Russia-Ukraine war (and before the escalation of the Covid-19 in China in late March), these results suggest that the Chinese public was not disturbed by the Russian aggression, and even appeared to support Russia.

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