Global Perceptions of the United States and China's Economic Power - an update

Results of the Pew Research Center’s recent survey work indicate that most countries continue to prioritize their relationships with the United States, with more also viewing the United States as a top ally. That being said, publics globally, especially in emerging markets, report largely positive views of China’s economic stature and influence on their own countries’ economies. Their views of the United States’ economic influence are roughly on par with their views of China’s. Please join us for an update from the Pew Research Center’s Laura Silver and Kat Devlin regarding global perceptions of the United States and China’s relative economic power and influence.

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Results of the Pew Research Center’s recent survey work indicate that most countries continue to prioritize their relationships with the United States, with more also viewing the United States as a top ally. That being said, publics globally, especially in emerging markets, report largely positive views of China’s economic stature and influence on their own countries’ economies. Their views of the United States’ economic influence are roughly on par with their views of China’s. Pew Research Center’s Laura Silver and Kat Devlin gave an insightful presentation on global perceptions of the United States and China’s relative economic power and influence.

 

Event Details

When:
Tuesday, January 7, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:15am
Where:
Pew Research Center
1615 L St NW
Suite 800
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Registration

Deadline:
Monday, January 6, 2020 - 12:00pm
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Event Contact

Contact:
Vivian Zhu
Phone:
202-429-0340 ext. 208