Rasmussen Poll: Nearly Half of Voters Expect War With China

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Nearly half of likely U.S. voters view China as an enemy and expect a war, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll released Thursday, Newsmax reports. The survey comes a week after the U.S. military shot down a suspected Chinese spy balloon that Beijing said was a wayward “civilian airship” used for meteorology.

China then declined a request for a secure call between Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and his Chinese counterpart, Wei Fenghe, after the incident and filed a formal complaint with the U.S. Embassy.

The poll of 900 likely U.S. voters found that tensions were rising:

48% say China is an enemy of the U.S. while 36% say it’s somewhere between being an ally and an enemy.
38% say war with China is unlikely in the next five years.
34% rate President Joe Biden as good or excellent for his handling of issues related to China, while 47% rate him as doing a poor job.


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