Australians mistrust Chinese govt: Study

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17th June, 2021 07:58:13 PM printer

Australians mistrust Chinese govt: Study

A survey conducted by University of Technology's Australia-China Relations Institute has found most Australians have expressed  concerns about Australia’s relationship with China.

"A complicated picture emerges. Australians are clearly still trying to make sense of this period of tumult and understand a constantly evolving strategic situation," read a statement issued by the Australia-China Relations Institute.

 The survey also revealed that the majority of Australians (76 percent) express mistrust of the Chinese government.

Approximately six in 10 Australians (63 percent) believe that the Australian government should take a harder line with respect to its policies dealing with China, the survey said.

Relationships between Australia and China have deteriorated over the last few years.

Source: Just Earth News

 

 

 

 A survey conducted by University of Technology's Australia-China Relations Institute has found most Australians have expressed  concerns about Australia’s relationship with China.

"A complicated picture emerges. Australians are clearly still trying to make sense of this period of tumult and understand a constantly evolving strategic situation," read a statement issued by the Australia-China Relations Institute.

 The survey also revealed that the majority of Australians (76 percent) express mistrust of the Chinese government.

Approximately six in 10 Australians (63 percent) believe that the Australian government should take a harder line with respect to its policies dealing with China, the survey said.

Relationships between Australia and China have deteriorated over the last few years.

Source: Just Earth News

 


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