POLL: CANADIAN ANTI-CHINA SENTIMENT FALLS TO NEW LOW

May 13, 2020

By Bob Komsic

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A little more than one-in-ten Canadians (14%) have a favourable view of China, which has been accused of intentionally hiding the severity of COVID-19 in the early days of the pandemic.
That’s one of the findings of a new survey by Angus Reid Institute.
More than four-in-five (85%) Canadians say Beijing has not been honest about what’s taken plan in its own backyard.
Only 11% feel Canada should focus its trade efforts on China, down from 40% five years ago.
Among major trading partners, the European Union is Canadians top choice (52%) to develop closer ties, while increasing trade with the U.S. has risen 9% (now 37%) since last year.
Four-in-five (80%) say Ottawa should bar Huawei from taking part in the building of new 5G infrastructure in Canada. 
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