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Fewer in U.S. See Middle East Conflict as Critical Threat
A record low 36% of Americans view the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as a critical threat to U.S. interests.
Americans Remain Staunchly in Israel's Corner
Americans continue to favor Israel far more than the Palestinians, while Republicans' sympathies for Israel have climbed to a record 87%.
Snapshot: A Third in U.S. Say United Nations Doing a Good Job
Roughly a third of Americans say the United Nations is doing a good job of trying to solve the problems it has faced, consistent with recent Gallup polling.
Americans Like Canada Most, North Korea Least
Americans have the most favorable opinion of Canada, but this ally and others have soured considerably on U.S. leadership since 2016.
In the News: Netanyahu's Image Improved Before Controversy
Before the latest corruption allegations against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, 52% of Israelis approved of him and 49% of Americans viewed him favorably.
Countries Disapproving of U.S. Leadership Triples in 2017
The number of countries where majorities disapprove of U.S. leadership jumped from 15 in 2016 to 53 in 2017. Key Western allies are among those with the worst opinions of U.S. leadership.
Americans Mixed on Whether Trump Has Met Their Expectations
Americans are split on how Donald Trump's job performance compares with their expectations for him, though the largest share (44%) say it's what they expected.
Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton Retain Most Admired Titles
Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton retain their titles as most admired man and woman, by narrow margins over Donald Trump and Michelle Obama, respectively.
New Index Shows Least-, Most-Accepting Countries for Migrants
Many countries on the front lines of the recent migrant crisis in Europe are among the least-accepting countries in the world for migrants, according to Gallup's new Migrant Acceptance Index.
Potential Net Migration Index Falls in Middle East, Latin America
Gallup's Potential Net Migration Index (PNMI) shows adult populations would continue to grow only in Northern America, Europe, and Australia, New Zealand and Oceania if everyone who wanted to move actually moved to where they wanted.