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More Than Half Of Americans Believe China Influences American Politics And Decision-Making

Adam Savit, China Program Coordinator and Deputy Director for Congressional and Public Affairs at the Center for Security Policy, discusses how China's influence network influences American politics and decision-making.

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More than half of Americans believe China’s influence network has “great” or “moderate” influence over American politics and decision-making, according to a new TIPP poll conducted for the Center for Security Policy.

Republicans were most likely to perceive great or moderate influence (64%) but a majority of both Democrats (51%) and Independents (54%) felt the same.

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