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obaminated
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Tue Oct 06 16:32:38
http://www...toric-highs-in-many-countries/

Seb and tc hardest hit.
CrownRoyal
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Tue Oct 06 16:40:00
http://www...has-handled-coronavirus-badly/

These Pew guys sure get around,
Paramount
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Tue Oct 06 17:01:29
In several countries, the share of the public with a favorable view of the U.S. is as low as it has been at any point since the Center began polling on this topic nearly two decades ago.

For instance, just 41% in the United Kingdom express a favorable opinion of the U.S., the lowest percentage registered in any Pew Research Center survey there. In France, only 31% see the U.S. positively, matching the grim ratings from March 2003, at the height of U.S.-France tensions over the Iraq War. Germans give the U.S. particularly low marks on the survey: 26% rate the U.S. favorably, similar to the 25% in the same March 2003 poll.


Relatively few think China has handled the pandemic well, although it still receives considerably better reviews than the U.S. response.


Ratings for Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping are overwhelmingly negative, although not as negative as those for Trump.


Majorities have an unfavorable opinion of the U.S. in nearly every country surveyed


Pew Research Center surveys have found mixed or relatively negative views of the U.S. in Canada and Western Europe since 2017 and the beginning of the Trump administration. In the current survey, views of the U.S. have deteriorated further, with a median of only 34% across the 13 countries surveyed expressing a positive view.

Roughly one-third of Canadians (35%) view their neighbor to the south positively. A similar share across Europe holds this view (median of 33%), though favorable opinions range from a low of roughly a quarter in Belgium (24%) and Germany (26%) to a high of about four-in-ten or more in the UK (41%) and Italy (45%).

Many in Australia and Japan have an unfavorable opinion of the U.S., while South Korea stands out as the only country surveyed where a majority (59%) views the U.S. positively.
Habebe
Member
Tue Oct 06 17:28:39
"Ratings for Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping are overwhelmingly negative, although not as negative as those for Trump."

I would have thought he wud be worse, except Sweden who hates China more than the US.

Not sure what happened but apparently Sweden feels bullied by China.
obaminated
Member
Tue Oct 06 17:29:15
Lol. Parafag turns it into a discussion about america, how predictable.
Habebe
Member
Tue Oct 06 17:33:34
I find the Japanese views odd, because we have in 2018 had like 67% positive.
Habebe
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Tue Oct 06 18:09:51
http://www...p-gets-negative-marks/%3famp=1

So Trump gets low marks, bt the US generally has gd marks and definitley much netter marks than China, and this was pre covid.
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