Of 39 nations where Pew conducted surveys, who had the most and least favorable impressions of the US? Courtesy of The Exchange, here are the full top 10 lists:

Most Favorable
1. Philippines (percentage with a favorable view of the United States: 85%)
2. Israel (83%)
3. Ghana (83%)
4. Senegal (81%)
5. Kenya (81%)
6. El Salvador (79%)
7. South Korea (78%)
8. Italy (76%)
9. Uganda (73%)
10. Brazil (73%)

Least Favorable
1. Pakistan (percentage with a favorable view of the United States: 11%)
2. Jordan (14%)
3. Palestinian territories (16%)
4. Egypt (16%)
5. Turkey (21%)
6. Greece (39%)
7. China (40%)
8. Argentina (41%)
9. Tunisia (42%)
10. Lebanon (47%)

See the full story in The Exchange, detailing potential reasons why these countries choose to love and hate the States.


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mr. cool July 20, 2013 - 5:46 pm


Kelly O July 20, 2013 - 9:57 pm

Interesting. When I was in Israel, we had a cab driver who literally sang to us in his cab about loving the USA. Ha.
I would be curious to what the sentiment is in Serbia and Bosnia.

JustSaying July 20, 2013 - 10:57 pm

Really interesting to see that of France, Britain, and Germany it is France 64% vs 58% Britain, and 53% Germany………….I love you back France!

TJ July 21, 2013 - 12:25 pm

What about Canada, It should be on one of those lists, not sure which one?

JustSaying July 21, 2013 - 5:45 pm

Right in the middle but they like us less than the French do……..


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