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Obama Rated Highest on Foreign Affairs, Lowest on Deficit
President Obama earns a 39% job approval rating for his handling of the economy, essentially unchanged from one year ago. Across nine issues, Americans give Obama his highest approval ratings for handling national defense, at 53%.
Trump Job Approval at Personal Best 49%
President Donald Trump's job approval has climbed to 49%, his highest to date.
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.
Americans' Perceptions of U.S. World Image Best Since 2003
Fifty-eight percent of Americans say the U.S. rates favorably in the world, up slightly from last year, and the highest figure Gallup has found since 2003.
Slight Majority Approve of Trump's Handling of Economy
President Donald Trump has a 53% approval rating on his handling of the economy, about the same as in August. His ratings for handling foreign affairs, immigration and healthcare are significantly lower.
Trump's Foreign Policy and American Public Opinion
President Donald Trump's desired changes to U.S. international relationships reflect American public opinion in some ways, but not in others.
Iran, North Korea Liked Least by Americans
Americans continue to view Iran and North Korea very negatively. Meanwhile, the images of Mexico and Egypt have rebounded.
Presidential Candidates and Competency
Voters want their president to display competence in office, leading to a significant "competency" positioning battle in the coming election.
Gallup World Affairs Series: China, Russia, Trade and More
Gallup will release the findings of its annual World Affairs survey in the coming weeks.
The American Public in 2017: What We Learned
Gallup editors' picks for the most significant trends and discoveries in American public opinion in 2017.