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European Public Opinion on China in the Age of COVID-19: Differences and Common Ground Across the Continent   [open pdf - 0B]

From the Summary: "[1] This report is a result of a wide-scale 'study of public opinion in 13 European countries' on China conducted in September and October 2020, on a research sample (n = 19 673) representative with respect to gender, age, level of education, country region, and settlement density. [2] Overall, 'views of China in the surveyed countries are predominantly negative', with respondents in 10 out of 13 countries reporting significantly more negative than positive views. Populations in 'Western and Northern Europe' tend to have the most negative views, 'Eastern Europe' holds positive views, and 'Southern and Central Europe' find themselves in between, while still being predominantly negative."

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2020
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2020 Palacký University Olomouc; Central European Institute of Asian Studies; Authors
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