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Claim in the report: The popularity of China and President Xi Jinping is decreasing in the world


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Big claim in a report by Pew Research Center
Opinion towards China turned very negative in advanced economies
Things changed rapidly since President Xi Jinping took office in 2013

Delhi. According to an analysis by the Pew Research Center, China’s opinion of the US and other advanced economies has “became very negative” since President Xi Jinping took office in 2013, and the global outlook towards the Chinese leader has become increasingly negative in recent years. It is done. A data essay depicting China and Xi’s global public opinion, released Wednesday ahead of the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) next month, focuses on five topics – China’s military power and influence, its human rights policies, on the country’s economy is based.

At the 2014 spring, nearly a year after Xi Jinping took office, the outlook was “already quite negative”. People were feeling more negative than positive about the new president in most of the places Pew surveyed. Pew said, “The views of the President of China have become more negative between 2019 and 2020. By 2022, most people in the two advanced economies surveyed had little or no confidence in their approach to world affairs.

Big disclosure about Xi Jinping in analysis

Pew says that since Xi came to power in 2013, China’s opinion in the US and other advanced economies has become “very negative. There is a feeling in America that China has handled COVID-19 poorly and is responsible for the spread of the virus. An analysis of 20 years of polling by the Pew Research Center found that a number of factors have influenced China’s views over time. Even before the epidemic, negative views of China were increasing in America. This was also true in other countries including some of China’s neighbors such as South Korea, Japan and Australia.

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Global hostility toward China stems from concerns about Beijing’s policies on human rights, its military might and economic factors such as trade. “Like China’s opinion, the global attitude towards Xi has become increasingly negative in recent years,” Pew said. Xi’s unprecedented third term as president at the CPC’s 20th National Congress in October is expected to garner widespread support, further cementing his already tight grip on power.

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