NEW YORK, Jan. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- As Tillerson exposed yesterday in front of the senate, US partners and rivals are changing with the incoming political administration. While future president Trump weakened the Sino-American relationship, Obama expelled Russian diplomats after the FBI alleged that Russia had interfered in the last elections. Following these news, ReportLinker has conducted a survey to answer three questions:
· What do Americans think of Trump's diplomatic relationships with China and Russia?
· Do they support Trump's diplomacy with China?
· And do they agree with Barack Obama's sanctions against Russia?
Results show that China (47%) and Russia (42%) are viewed as the main rivals of the United States.
· More than half of Americans interviewed (57%) agree with Obama's sanctions against Russia
· 35% of US respondents strongly believe Russia manipulated the elections' results
· And almost 60% of Americans are scared of Trumps' strong ties with Putin and Russia
· Two third of respondents (62%) have negative views about the current situation between China and the US
· 56% of Americans disagree with Trump's diplomacy with China
· And 81% consider Trump should re-negotiate trade with the country.
To see all the survey results on the US/Chinese relationship click here.
To see all the survey results on the US/Russian relationship click here.
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