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百人会发布最新中美关系民意调查结果
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百人会(Committee of 100)是美国的一个华人精英组织,由贝聿铭、马友友等著名美
籍华裔发起,1990年正式成立,目前有会员140人左右,由在美国社会中有影响力与知
名度的华裔组成,包括杨振宁、杨致远(雅虎创办人之一)、李开复、李昌钰(神探)
、朱棣文、骆家辉、陈香梅、吴宇森、谭盾、陈冲等。百人会是非政治团体,致力于促
进美国与中国以及两岸之间的政治、经济与文化等交流。

今天百人会发布2016中美关系民意调查结果,显示中美之间的不信任感正在上升(
rising levels of distrust)。美国人一方面觉得和中国的合作非常重要,经济交流
尤其使美国受益;另一方面质疑中国的经济、军事和政治动机。

该公告重点强调以下几个数据:
1. Nearly two in three Americans (63%) say China is a very important partner
to the U.S.——这项创了历史最高记录。

2. 57% say they have a favorable impression of China, while 43% hold
unfavorable views.——对中国有好感的民众比率也几乎创历史新高。

3. Three in four Americans (75%) call China a serious or potential economic
threat. More than three in four Americans (77%) call China a serious or
potential military threat.——公告说这显示了“partnership between the two
countries is grounded in limited trust”。

公告还列出了其他一些数据:
1. Concerns about cybersecurity have tripled since 2012. Americans consider
cybersecurity (30%) to be as pressing of a concern as U.S. job loss (34%)
and the trade deficit (31%). Cybersecurity is also seen as the most likely
source of conflict between the U.S. and China.

2. Concerns about discrimination remain an issue for Chinese Americans.
Three in four (76%) Chinese Americans say that their community faces
discrimination at work. Two in five (41%) Americans say that Chinese and
Chinese American government employees and private sector researchers and
scientists pose a security risk to the U.S.

3. Chinese investment in the U.S. is cautiously welcomed. Nearly 70% of
Americans say the U.S. should encourage Chinese investment. However, nearly
half (48%) believe that these deals are politically motivated and designed
to increase China's influence over the U.S.

4. Support for investment becomes more mixed when looking at specific
industry sectors. For example, 42% have a negative impression of Chinese
investment in Hollywood's film industry. 25% say they worry about content
control when Chinese investors are involved.

5. Americans are less optimistic that China's economic development will lead
to social and political change in China. 29% strongly agree that social
change will occur, down 20 points from C-100’s 2012 survey. 26% believe
political change will occur, down 22 points from 2012.

6. Despite these challenges, both the U.S. and China receive credit for
improving bilateral relations. 43% say the U.S. government has done an
excellent or good job in improving relations, up 13 points from C-100’s
2007 survey. 35% say the Chinese government has done an excellent or good
job, up 10 points from 2007.

调查还显示,教育和leadership initiatives能有效改善外交关系,增进互相的信任。
——领导们怎么改善我们就插不上嘴了,咱们可以从教育着手……

详细调查结果及分析统计在这里:
https://committee100.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/C-100-US-Ch
Perceptions-Survey-Full-Analysis.pdf
调查样本其实不算大:
The survey was distributed and analyzed by Brunswick Insight and included
the views of a nationally representative sample of 1,000 respondents (±3.1%
margin of error) and an oversample of 200 Chinese Americans (±6.9% margin
of error). The survey was conducted from March 1 to March 10, 2016.


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Press Release全文:

Committee of 100 Releases 2016 U.S.-China
Public Perceptions Snapshot Survey

Survey finds that rising levels of distrust threaten to undermine the U.S.-
China relationship

Beverly Hills, CA, April 13, 2016 – A new survey conducted by the Committee
of 100 (C-100) – a non-profit organization of prominent Chinese American
leaders from politics, business, media and entertainment, and academia –
underscores that Americans view cooperation between the two countries as
critical and recognize the benefits of increased trade and investment.
Americans are, however, skeptical of China’s economic, military, and
political intentions.

The aim of C-100’s survey is to determine American attitudes toward China,
including those of Chinese Americans, to foster a more fact-based dialogue
within and between the two countries.

The snapshot survey was also conducted to ensure the topics discussed at C-
100’s upcoming Annual Conference are grounded in data to encourage a
constructive, fact-driven conversation.

Key highlights:
• The survey found that views of China as a partner to the U.S. are
at an all-time high since this question was first asked in 2007.
Specifically, nearly two in three Americans (63%) say China is a very
important partner to the U.S.

• Favorable views of China are similarly at an all-time high – 57%
say they have a favorable impression, while 43% hold unfavorable views.

• The partnership between the two countries is, however, grounded
in limited trust: three in four Americans (75%) call China a serious or
potential economic threat. More than three in four Americans (77%) call
China a serious or potential military threat.

“The American understanding of the U.S.-China relationship is being
undermined by distrust and miscommunication. These findings clearly show
that there has never been a more important time for C-100 to promote cross-
cultural understanding,” said C-100 spokesperson Frank Wu. “C-100 is proud
to have led this unique survey since 1994. This ongoing effort is a
testament to the organization’s mission to improve the quality of the
dialogue about U.S.-China issues. We are excited to share this survey and
discuss its findings during our upcoming Annual Conference to drive a fact-
based conversation,” Wu added.

Other findings from the survey include:
• Concerns about cybersecurity have tripled since 2012. Americans
consider cybersecurity (30%) to be as pressing of a concern as U.S. job loss
(34%) and the trade deficit (31%). Cybersecurity is also seen as the most
likely source of conflict between the U.S. and China.

• Concerns about discrimination remain an issue for Chinese
Americans. Three in four (76%) Chinese Americans say that their community
faces discrimination at work. Two in five (41%) Americans say that Chinese
and Chinese American government employees and private sector researchers and
scientists pose a security risk to the U.S.

• Chinese investment in the U.S. is cautiously welcomed. Nearly 70%
of Americans say the U.S. should encourage Chinese investment. However,
nearly half (48%) believe that these deals are politically motivated and
designed to increase China's influence over the U.S.

• Support for investment becomes more mixed when looking at
specific industry sectors. For example, 42% have a negative impression of
Chinese investment in Hollywood's film industry. 25% say they worry about
content control when Chinese investors are involved.

• Americans are less optimistic that China's economic development
will lead to social and political change in China. 29% strongly agree that
social change will occur, down 20 points from C-100’s 2012 survey. 26%
believe political change will occur, down 22 points from 2012.

• Despite these challenges, both the U.S. and China receive credit
for improving bilateral relations. 43% say the U.S. government has done an
excellent or good job in improving relations, up 13 points from C-100’s
2007 survey. 35% say the Chinese government has done an excellent or good
job, up 10 points from 2007.

The survey findings demonstrate that improving international diplomacy
through education and leadership initiatives will help build trust. This
conversation will continue at C-100’s 26th Annual Conference, which begins
on Saturday, April 16 in Beverly Hills, California.

The survey was distributed and analyzed by Brunswick Insight and included
the views of a nationally representative sample of 1,000 respondents (±3.1%
margin of error) and an oversample of 200 Chinese Americans (±6.9% margin
of error). The survey was conducted from March 1 to March 10, 2016.

For more information and to access the full survey briefing, please visit: http://bit.ly/c100surv0416. Follow us on Twitter @Committee100.


About the Committee of 100
The Committee of 100 is an international, non-partisan leadership
organization of prominent Chinese Americans in business, government,
academia, and the arts. For over 25 years, the Committee has been committed
to a dual mission of promoting the full participation of Chinese Americans
in all fields of American life, and encouraging constructive relations
between the peoples of the United States and Greater China.
www.committee100.org

About Brunswick Group
Brunswick Insight is Brunswick’s specialist opinion research practice,
focused on understanding the views of opinion formers around the world.
Brunswick Group is an advisory firm specializing in critical issues and
corporate relations. Founded in 1987, Brunswick is an organically grown,
private partnership with 23 offices around the world.
 
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