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Rasmussen Reports released the results of a new phone and online survey. One week after President Joe Biden said China has “different norms” toward human rights, 50 percent of likely U.S. voters say his policy towards China is worse than President Donald J. Trump’s.

Thirty-one percent said Biden’s policy is better while 11 percent said it’s about the same.

As expected the results were mostly along partisan lines.

However, 50 percent of voters say China is an enemy while eight percent call China an ally.

Only 30 percent of Democrats say China is an enemy while 67 percent of Republicans hold the position. Fifty-four percent of unaffiliated voters agree with the majority of Republicans.

Author: Jacob Hall