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Pew survey: China seen edging past U.S. as top economic power, but attitudes toward Beijing sour

Associated Press
June 13, 2012
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For the first time, people responding to a global survey are more likely to view China and not the United States as the world’s leading economic power.
 
The results of the Pew Research Center survey do not reflect reality: America’s economy remains well ahead of its closest rival. But it does highlight China’s steadily rising public image amid rapid growth, as well as the erosion of the United States’ status as the global superpower, especially after the 2008 financial crisis left it struggling with recession and high unemployment.
 
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