Quest’s unprecedented survey found that 58% of Brazilians have a positive image of the United States, while only 34% have a positive view of China. The poll, commissioned by Genial Bank, gave 2,048 voters a random list of countries. Countries with the most favorable indicators:
United States. 58%
The United States is highly acclaimed for education for all ages. The younger and more educated, the more positive attitude towards Americans. Among Brazilians aged 16 to 24, 70% are similar to the United States. Of those with higher education, 71%.
China, a major trading partner of Brazil since 2009 and responsible for the production of the coronavirus vaccine, is the most rejected country on the list:
United States 20%
(Responses between positive and negative comments did not reach 100% due to the option “I don’t know” and did not want to respond)
China has the only positive balance among highly educated Brazilians, even on the technical link: 45% in favor and 43% against. In the Midwest region, economically dependent on Chinese trade, there is a 40% balance in opinion.
The Quest Survey points to a link between rejecting China and supporting Bolsanaro. Among pocketnorists, about 20% have a positive view of China, while nearly 40% say Lula and a third way voters view the Asian country in a positive light.
America’s rating also includes local elements. Among the Lulistas, the positive view of Americans is close to 50%, while between Bolzano and third-way voters it is close to 70%.
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