For hundreds of years, the island of Taiwan has been a point of contention. Taiwan currently has democratically elected own government officials, its constitution, and even its military forces. In other words, it regards itself as a sovereign country. China, on the other hand, considers Taiwan a renegade province of China that will eventually return to Chinese sovereignty.

The US subscribes to the One China policy, a diplomatic acknowledgment of China’s stance that there can only be one Chinese government. Technically, the US subscribes to a version of it. In other words, it does not recognize Taiwan as an independent nation. However, the US maintains unofficial relations and supports the island’s effort to democracy. The US has maintained a good relationship with Taiwan– providing military aid to the island, a gesture that has generated friction between the US and China since then.

However, a staunch foreign policy liberal and critic of China, US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan to emphasize “America’s determination to protect democracy in Taiwan” and that it remains “ironclad.” As a result, China has launched live-fire military drills in the Taiwan Strait, blocked Taiwanese imports, and summoned the US ambassador.

Real Research seeks public opinions to see if Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan was appropriate, given relations between Beijing and the West are already tight and amid a war raging in Europe.

Hence, hurry and answer the survey on public opinion on China-USA tensions following Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan on the Real Research app from August 06, 2022. After that, you will receive 20 TNCs as a reward.

Survey Details

Survey Title:
Public Opinion on China-USA Tensions Following Nancy Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan

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