Majority of Americans Have a Favorable View of Obama, Plurality Have Unfavorable View of Romney

According to the Transatlantic Trends 2012 Report, President Obama is not as popular at home as he is in Europe, although a majority of Americans (57%) said their overall view of the president was favorable, 40% unfavorable. Romney is seen unfavorably by a plurality in the United States (49%).

If Europeans could vote in the U.S. election, 75% of EU residents would vote for Obama, and only 8% would vote for Romney.

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