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SWS Survey: Filipinos’ Trust in China Falls From Poor to Bad

  • According to the latest Social Weather Stations survey results, China’s trust rating among Filipinos dropped further in July, score falling from “poor” to “bad.”
  • The survey, conducted from July 3 to 6, found that 58% of Filipinos said they had “little trust” in China, while 22% said they had “much trust” and 18% said they were undecided.
  • This generated a net trust score (much trust minus little trust) of “bad” -36 for China, nine points down from the “poor” -27 in December. This was the lowest net trust of China since the “bad” -37 in April 2016.
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According to the latest Social Weather Stations survey results, China’s trust rating among Filipinos dropped further in July, score falling from “poor” to “bad.”

The survey, conducted from July 3 to 6, found that 58% of Filipinos said they had “little trust” in China, while 22% said they had “much trust” and 18% said they were undecided.

This generated a net trust score (much trust minus little trust) of “bad” -36 for China, nine points down from the “poor” -27 in December. This was the lowest net trust of China since the “bad” -37 in April 2016.

Since SWS first surveyed it in August 1994, net confidence in China has been positive in just 9 of the 53 surveys. In June 2010 it reached as high as “moderate” +17, and in September 2015 as low as “bad” -46.

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