Ng Han Guan/APIn its most recent cover story, Time Magazine asks us to consider how China views the world. The answer? Well, it's complicated! But how does China view the United States? The answer to that question is actually easier to discern, thanks to a Pew Research study dug up by Kunming-based blogger Matthew Hartzell. Here are the results of the study, neatly organized into bar graphs:
What Chinese People Think of the U.S.
Younger, better educated, wealthier, and urban Chinese people tend to view the U.S. more favorably than the rest of the population.