The Committee of 100’s opinion survey project began in 1994 and produced opinion surveys in 2001, 2005, 2007, and 2012. The objective of this study is to determine American attitudes toward China, and, as a “mirror,” measure Chinese attitudes toward America on key issues in US-China relations and salient domestic issues in both countries. The target respondent groups in both countries include general public, opinion leaders and business leaders with a stand-alone sample of the US policy community.
The survey findings provide unique, comprehensive and comparative information that can be used to enhance US-China relations and formulate recommendations on how to forge mutually beneficial partnerships, including leader-to-leader, people-to-people, organization-to-organization, and many others to foster greater understanding and build trust between the United States and China.
We worked with the client to organize the data, analyzed it, structure it, and built an interactive application to visualize the survey results. Mock drafts were created to see how we could best visualize the survey results and what you see here is the finalized interactive application based on our initial mocks.
- Data Structuring
- Content Translation
- User Interface Design
- Data Visualization Application Development