Almost half of voters say they view China as an enemy and that a war with the Communist country is likely in the future.
That's according to Rasmussen Reports.
The survey finds that 48% say China is an enemy of the US. That's up from 41% in November.
Thirty-six percent (36%) say they think China is somewhere in between an ally and enemy.
Last month, Air Force Gen. Mike Minihan made headlines with a memo warning that he believes the US will be at war with China in 2025.
Forty-eight percent (48%) say it is likely that the US will go to war against China within the next five years, including 18% who say it’s very likely.
Thirty-eight percent (38%) say they don’t think war with China is likely in the next five years, including 11% who say it’s not at all likely.
Another 14% say they are not sure.
Forty-seven percent (47%) rate Biden as doing a "poor" job of handling China issues.
About a third of voters (34%) rate Biden "good" or "excellent" for his handling of issues related to China.
To see survey question wording, click here.
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Douglas Allen says
We are already at war with China, economically speaking. If the U.S. would go to war with China, it will be over Taiwan 🇹🇼. It will be hard for the U.S. to help Taiwan defend itself because China can use its full military because they are so close by and we are so far away.