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The world's appreciation of United States leadership has dropped to a new low since Donald Trump became president one year ago, according to a new Gallup poll. Median admiration of U.S. leadership now stands at 30 percent in 134 countries and regions, lower than it was under the leadership of Trump's two most recent predecessors, Barack Obama and George W. Bush, the Gallup World Poll found. The country's leadership approval rating dropped 18 percent from 48 percent in the last year of Obama's term in office and was four points lower than the previous low of 34 percent in the last year of Bush's time in the White House. The poll said the median disapproval rating of U.S. leadership increased nearly as much as approval has declined. Median disapproval jumped 15 points to 43 percent, also a new record. Of the 134 countries, approval ratings declined sharply in 65 of them -- many of which are U.S. allies and partners. Approval ratings plummeted 40 points or more, for example, in Canada, Norway, Belgium and Portugal, a sharp reversal from 2016, when majorities in each of these countries approved of U.S. leadership. In just four countries, U.S. leadership admiration ratings climbed at least 10 percent. They are Liberia (17), Macedonia (15), Israel (14), and Belarus (11)...Read more


VOA | Thursday, January 18, 2018
Poll: World Approval of US Leadership Sinks to New Low