World cools towards Barack Obama - survey
13-Jun-2012 (2 comments)

International approval of US President Barack Obama's foreign policy has dropped sharply during his term in office, a Pew Research survey suggests.

Among the 21 countries surveyed, the largest drop in approval - from 57% to 27% - was seen in China, the Global Attitudes Project reveals.

Most respondents in almost all countries opposed US drone strikes.

Despite these numbers, confidence in Mr Obama remains high among US allies, especially in Europe.

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hamsade ghadimi


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"...But despite disappointment with Obama's policies, there is considerable support for his re-election, in Europe and in some Latin American countries like Brazil.

In France, 92% of those questioned think Obama should get another term. In Germany, 89% agree and in Brazil, 72% think he should be re-elected. In Mexico, however, 35% think he deserves another term and 43% oppose another term."

dk, i guess you must be in the 8% in france which is in the same boat with the majority in pakistan, egypt and mostly other undemocratic countries. ;o) 

so are you going to vote for romney or should i say "rmoney:" //

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