Our hot-off-the-presses report looks at views of China and the U.S. in 39 countries around the world. See how different countries view China and the U.S. and how China-U.S. relations are changing, including the following findings:
In 23 of 39 nations polled, majorities or pluralities say China either already has replaced or eventually will replace the U.S. as the top superpower.
In 28 of 38 nations, half or more of those surveyed express a favorable opinion of the U.S.
The highest favorability rating for the U.S. is in the Philippines,(85%), the lowest is Pakistan (11%).
Anxiously awaiting news of the birth of the royal baby? Most Americans say they do not follow news of the British royal family, according to polls we’ve conducted dating back to 1986. However, interest in the royal baby news varies by age.
Stay tuned - we’ll be back in the field this weekend tracking public interest in the expected birth of the royal baby this weekend.