U.S. favourability has suffered a steep decline in the world since President Donald Trump took office.


First published in September 2020.


A new Pew Research Center survey has found that America’s standing with its most important allies and partners has declined significantly in recent years.

In Germany and France, it has indeed fallen to levels not seen since the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Favourability levels have noticeably declined overseas since President Donald Trump took office and that trend has accelerated due to America’s botched handling of the coronavirus outbreak.

This infographic compares U.S. favourability across eight key countries at the turn of the century and today, with a steep decline evident everywhere apart from South Korea.🔷

Share of the public with a favourable view of the United States. / Statista





[This piece was first published in Statista & written by Niall McCarthy, Data Journalist at Statista.]

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