AAM's Scott Paul Discusses the China "threat" tonight on MSNBC, 6:10 pm ET
A new CNN poll shows that a majority of the American people view China as a clear economic threat. Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) Executive Director Scott Paul will appear tonight at 6:10 pm ET on MSNBC's The Ed Show to discuss public perceptions on U.S.-China trade. Be sure to tune in.
Some key findings of CNN's Poll:
• A majority of Americans believe that China's growing economic strength is a threat to America, according to a CNN/Opinion Research poll conducted last week.
• Almost half of all Americans say that China is now an economic and military superpower and 58 percent believe China's strength is a threat to the U.S.
• "The number of Americans who see China as a threat has jumped 15 points, from 43% in 1997 to 58% now.
• And the number who say that China is a superpower has more than doubled - from 22% in 1997 to 46% today," says Keating Holland, CNN's Polling Director.
• Americans' trepidation isn't limited to trade with China.
• The poll also indicates that 50 percent of the nation see foreign trade as a threat to the U.S., compared to 41 percent who view it as an opportunity for economic growth.
Read more about the CNN poll.
Read more about the Ed Schultz Show.
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