Yet Another Poll Confirms What We've Been Saying: Rising Concerns About China
A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll shows that more Americans believe China will be the world’s dominant power in 20 years than think the U.S. will retain that position. The margin was 38% to 35%.
Fears that the U.S. is losing ground to China were one of the key findings of a poll that the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) conducted in 2010. The AAM poll in turn confirmed a June 21, 2010, article in the Financial Times, which suggested that in 2011 the U.S. will lose its status as the top manufacturing nation to China, ending a 110-year run as the number one country.
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