CGTN global survey: 86.12% say China-U.S. relations not zero-sum game

A total of 86.12 percent of respondents to a global survey conducted by CGTN believe that China-U.S. relations should adhere to the principle of mutual benefit and win-win results, rather than a zero-sum game.

Over three-quarters of respondents (76.12 percent) agreed that a sound China-U.S. relationship can benefit world peace, stability and lasting prosperity.

In 2022, despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and trade friction, the China-U.S. trade volume reached $760 billion, a historic high.

China has always insisted on developing China-U.S. relations on the basis of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit, and argues that both sides should respect the major interests and core concerns of each other.

Over two-thirds of respondents (60.59 percent) to the survey believe that China-U.S. relations can only return to a sound and stable track of development, and bring benefits to both countries, if a Cold War mentality is abandoned. 

(Cover via CFP)

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