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Does The United States Really Need To Improve Its Image Abroad? | FiveThirtyEight

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"The Pew Research Center asked people in a wide range of countries how much confidence they had in the U.S. president ‘to do the right thing’ when it comes to global affairs. Looking at 14 of those countries, we can see a low point in confidence around 2008 and then a restoration of confidence after Obama’s election, followed by a slow slide downward again.1 All these countries had more trust in the American president toward the end of the Obama administration than they had toward the beginning of the Bush administration. And almost all have a higher opinion recently (in 2015 or 2016) than they did in 2008, at least by a couple of percentage points. (The only exception: Russia, which went from 22 percent in 2008 to 11 percent in 2015.)"

 

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