Singapore and Malaysia stood apart in Pew Research’s latest public opinion poll that surveyed 25,000 respondents in 19 middle and high-income countries about their perceptions of China and the United States.
While public views of China in other wealthy countries were solidly negative, two-thirds of Singaporeans and 60% of Malaysians hold a positive view of China compared to the United States, which scored 51% and 44% respectively.
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