A Gallup poll based on data collected from 29 countries shows that the average satisfaction rate with America It has dropped from 22% in 2017 to less than 18%.
According to the report, Survey The Gallup Institute shows that satisfaction with the United States and its international standing has dropped dramatically since the first year of Donald Trump’s presidency.
A Gallup poll conducted in March and November 2017 shows that satisfaction with US leadership in 134 countries has dropped by 18% since the last year of Barack Obama’s presidency.
Only 5% in Iceland, 6% in Germany, 10% in Switzerland, 14% in Denmark, 15% in the UK and 20% in Ireland approve of US leadership.
According to the poll, satisfaction with the United States has plummeted in 20 countries, including the United Kingdom. The figure in the UK has risen from 25 percent in 2019 to less than 15 percent in 2020.
Of course, in some countries, the level of satisfaction with the US leadership has increased, for example, in Russia, this figure has risen from 11% in 2019 to 18% in 2020.
However, the level of dissatisfaction with US policies in Russia has also reached a new record, from 56% in 2019 to more than 71%.
A previous poll by the Pew Research Center found that US allies’ confidence in President Trump was less than 16 percent, which is 7 percent less than their confidence in Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Gallup poll also found that US President-elect Joe Biden’s approval rating rose 6 percent to 55 percent, while Trump’s approval rating fell 42 percent to 42 percent.