Attitudes toward the United States Overall, global attitudes toward America are positive. In 28 of 38 nations, half or more of those surveyed express a favorable opinion of the U. Europeans generally give the U.
By No Author Overall, global attitudes toward America are positive. In 28 of 38 nations, half or more of those surveyed express a favorable opinion of the U. Europeans generally give the U. Greece is the only European country polled where fewer than half offer a positive assessment of the U.
In both France and Germany, ratings for the U. Elsewhere in the Middle East, ratings are much more negative. Less than one-in-five Palestinians, Egyptians, and Jordanians offer a favorable opinion. This is especially true in the Philippines, South Korea, Japan, and Australia, where about two-thirds or more hold this view.
In Malaysia, where positive views of the U.
There are, however, two exceptions in Asia: Brazilians and Mexicans have become notably more positive toward the U. Even in Bolivia and Venezuela, two countries where national leaders have regularly engaged in anti-American rhetoric over the past few years, the U.
As has been the case in previous years, Africans overwhelmingly offer favorable assessments of the U. In all six sub-Saharan African nations polled, roughly seven-in-ten or more see America in a positive light.
In Nigeria, where the population is almost evenly divided between Christians and Muslims, majorities of both groups have a favorable opinion of the U.
Young People Give U. Higher Marks In many of the nations surveyed, people under age 30 are especially likely to have a positive view of America. Similarly, in Malaysia there is a 21 percentage point gap between to year-olds and those 50 and older. In several nations, the college educated also express more positive attitudes toward the U.
There are also double-digit education gaps in Pakistan, Venezuela and Tunisia. Rating the American People Attitudes toward the American people are highly correlated with overall views of the U.
In 29 of 38 countries, at least half of those surveyed express a favorable opinion of Americans. Three-in-four or more hold this view in a diverse set of nations: Ratings are lowest among the predominantly Muslim publics of Pakistan, Turkey, the Palestinian territories, Jordan and Egypt.
However, it is worth noting that the American people receive significantly higher ratings than the U. Seeing America as a partner is especially common in Africa, where majorities in all six nations surveyed hold this view.
Majorities in five of the eight EU countries polled also describe the U. Russians are closely divided: Among Middle Eastern nations, only Israelis think of the U. About a third express this view in Argentina and Bolivia, although in both nations, people are more likely to think of the U.
Venezuelans are divided, however, with roughly equal numbers saying partner and enemy. Listen to Other Countries? Around the world, many believe the U. Majorities throughout nearly all of the European and Middle Eastern nations polled say America does not consider the interests of countries like theirs when making foreign policy decisions.
Germany and Israel are the exceptions in these two regions.Aug 14, · Americans disagree about whether the poor would work if given and chance, but are more united in their skepticism of government programs.
A new look at a landmark survey on attitudes toward. Public Attitudes Toward Low-Income Families and Children attitudes toward poor families and welfare recipients affects policy decisions. strategies that prevent child poverty in the United States and that improve the lives of low-income children and families.
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PANEL I: UNITED STATES ATTITUDES ON THE ROLE OF THE UNITED NATIONS REGARDING THE MAINTENANCE AND THE RESTORATION OF PEACE Richard Bilder* I have been asked to talk about the attitude of the United States towards. As an increasing number of policymakers identify inequality as a problem in the United States, the public is divided on government policies addressing inequality in America, according to an analysis of the General Social Survey (GSS) conducted by the Associated Press-NORC Center and the GSS.