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Has world opinion of the U.S. improved on President Obama's watch?

  1. Yes, tremendously
  2. A little
  3. Doubtful
  4. Not at all
  5. What difference does it make?
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Jun-21-13 8:11 PM

I guess you would have to ask the world that question.

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Jun-21-13 11:27 AM

Nice try, MDN. In my travels to Europe I can confirm the opinion of the US has changed to a more favorable one. Everyone I've spoken with hated Bush and were thrilled someone else was running the show.

A Gallup poll published on March 15th clearly illustrates my point, where the US and Germany were tied at 41%, which is up significantly from 2007.

Those darn facts again, always getting in the way of the MDN's agenda.

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Jun-21-13 11:26 AM

In the Rasmussen Reports, 44% approve of Obama's over-all job performance, 55% disapprove. He should start to worry about what United States citizens think of him. Or maybe he is worrying, he turned gray really fast for his age.

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Jun-21-13 8:26 AM

I picked (e) because it made me chuckle.

The world's opinion only matters when we spend money or we make money.

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