April 11, 2014

3 Reasons Obama Just Got More Popular Abroad

Zack Beauchamp, Vox

The Associated Press

American foreign policy may look like it's in shambles sometimes, but the world doesn't seem to think so. According to Gallup's US Global Leadership Project, a gigantic survey of over 130,000 people in 130 countries, approval of the United States' leadership bounced up five percentage points in 2013. That's a lot.

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TAGGED: South America, Eurozone, Europe, Drones, U.S. Foreign Policy, Polls, Barack Obama

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