Public less confident in U.S. coming to Taiwan's defense: survey
Taipei, April 30 (CNA) Forty percent of the respondents in a recent survey conducted by an institute affiliated with Taiwan's defense ministry believe the United States would come to Taiwan's defense if China attacked, a drop of 17 percentage points compared to a previous poll done seven months ago.
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