Mark Dolliver: Degrees of Distaste

The problem for Chinese-made products in the U.S. isn’t just that some people feel they’re dangerous. Rather, many people believe they’re shoddy. A New York Times/CBS News poll finds just over one-third (35 percent) saying that Chinese goods are more dangerous than imports from elsewhere. As the chart shows, however, an outright majority regard the quality of Chinese wares as less than “good.”

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