Obama’s Popularity Drops in Europe, Views of Transatlantic Relationship Remains Stable

Despite still-high approval numbers, Obama’s popularity in Europe has continued to slip since taking office in 2009.

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

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.

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Americans, Europeans Hold Similar Views on Libya, Syria Intervention

Although Americans and Europeans disagreed on the engagement in Iraq and Afghanistan, the 2012 Transatlantic Trends Survey showed agreement regarding intervention in Libya.

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Economic Crisis Continues to Shape Views of National Leaders, Economic Policy

The economic crisis continues to impact respondents’ lives and influence their views of their national leaders and their respective economic policies.

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European and American Views of Russia Turned from Favorable to Unfavorable

Views on Russia turned from favorable to unfavorable on both sides of the Atlantic this year, according to the Transatlantic Trends 2012 report.

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U.S., European Immigration Views Stable Despite Economic Crisis and Arab Spring

The Transatlantic Trends: Immigration 2011 Report has found that public stances on immigration have not changed notably in the last year.

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Americans, Europeans Prefer Highly Educated Immigrants

According to the Transatlantic Trends: Immigration 2011 Report, majorities everywhere supported increasing admissions of highly educated immigrants.

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U.S. Public Split Along Partisan Lines On Many Immigration Issues

The Transatlantic Trends: Immigration 2011 Report has found that Democrats and Republicans disagreed on many immigration issues.

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