Americans Broadly Favor Active Measures To Counter China’s Aggressive Moves Against Taiwan

Americans Broadly Favor Active Measures To Counter China’s Aggressive Moves Against Taiwan

Adam Savit, the China Program Coordinator at the Center for Security Policy (CSP), discusses the findings of a TIPP Poll on the United States' options for dealing with China's growing push to reclaim Taiwan.

Adam Savit

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Opinions vary on strategy, but most agree that something must be done

In an August CSP/TIPP poll, 1,322 American adults were asked what they thought the United States should do in response to “China’s increasing push to reclaim Taiwan.” They were given several options and could select all that applied.