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Americans, Particularly Democrats, Dislike Russia
Americans view Russia more unfavorably now than they have in three decades. Republicans are twice as likely as Democrats to view Russia favorably.
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.
In U.S., Positive Attitudes Toward Foreign Trade Stay High
Americans, by a wide margin, continue to see foreign trade as more of an opportunity for U.S. economic growth than a threat to the economy.
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.
Words Used to Describe "Higher Ed" Make a Difference
Different words used to describe higher education evoke different confidence ratings among U.S. adults, with "higher education" scoring better than "colleges and universities."
Trump Rated Best on Terrorism, the Economy; Better on Taxes
President Donald Trump maintains low approval for his handling of Russia and the news media, but his rating on taxes is improved and majorities now approve of his handling of terrorism and the economy.
Americans Not Convinced U.S. Needs to Spend More on Defense
The majority of Americans say the U.S. is spending about the right amount or too much on defense. A majority also say U.S. military strength is about right or stronger than it needs to be.
U.S. Satisfaction With World Standing Hits 13-Year High
Americans' satisfaction with the United States' position in the world is at a 13-year high, but most still think President Donald Trump's world standing is dismal.
North Korea Surges to Top of U.S. Enemies List
Just over half of Americans cite North Korea as the United States' greatest enemy, more than triple the percentage who said this in 2016.
Immigration Jumps as Top Problem, Still Trails Government
Americans' mentions of immigration as the nation's top problem jumped to 15% in February, still trailing government but one of the highest percentages in 18 years.