Japanese Public's Mood Rebounding, Abe Highly Popular ...
Survey Report After more than two decades of economic turmoil and political
transition in Japan, the public's mood is showing some decided improvement ...
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» And Contrasting Views in Asia
People in China and Japan offer sharply different opinions about Obama. In
China, confidence in the president has fallen since 2009, and just 27% approve ...
» Obama Gets Low Marks in Predominantly Muslim Nations
Confidence in Obama to do the right thing in world affairs has remained
somewhat higher for Obama than for George W. Bush in most of the ...
» Thumbs Down From Predominantly Muslim Nations
Confidence in Obama is much weaker in the six predominantly Muslim countries
surveyed and there is limited support for his re-election. The lowest ...
» Thumbs Up in Europe with Exceptions
Most in the eight European countries surveyed this spring express confidence
that Obama will do the right thing in world affairs and think that he should ...
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» Criticism of Handling of Israeli-Palestinian Situation
In 2009, a median of 46% said they thought Obama would be fair in dealing
with the Israelis and the Palestinians. Three years later, most say he has ...
» Europeans Much More Confident in Obama than Bush
The percentages in western European nations expressing confidence that
Obama will do the right thing in world affairs were much higher in 2009 than ...
» For Many, Expectations for Obama Unmet
In a 2009 survey, many around the world said they thought Obama would
consider their country's interests in setting US policy and seek international ...