Like it or Not, China's Setting the Table

According to a recent Thomson Reuters/Ipsos poll, many Americans consider the US relationship with China the most important one it has. That’s despite uncertainty about whether or not that’s a good thing… most thought it was bad.

According to the write-up, “Thirty-four percent of Americans chose China as the ‘most important bilateral relationship’ — ahead of Britain and Canada. Yet when asked to characterize China, 56 percent saw it as an adversary while only 33 viewed it as an ally.”

Regardless of public opinion, this holiday season the US has to be thankful that China’s supporting its debt.



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