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President Donald Trump has on average received low approval ratings from Americans during his time in office — and new data shows people around the world continue to view him very negatively.
Pew Research Center polled more than a dozen US allies’ public attitudes and the results show a further decline in Trump’s favorability since he became president.
A handful of them, including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Japan, Canada and Australia, gave their lowest favorable views of the US on record since Pew started polling nearly two decades ago.
In Canada, one in five people expressed confidence in Trump, a drastic drop from 51 percent who held that view a year ago.
Similarly, Germans gave the US some of “its worst ratings,” the authors note, with only 10% who said they have confidence in Trump, compared with 13% in 2019 and 86% in 2016 while Barack Obama was president.
Most people across…