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Transatlantic Trends Reveals Urban-Rural Divides in Europhilic Russia

This year for the first time, the annual Transatlantic Trends survey measured public opinion in Russia.

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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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Survey: Obama Still Popular in Europe, Romney Unknown to One-in-three

Transatlantic Trends: Merkel rated favorably for crisis leadership; Europeans like EU, not euro; Americans think Europe more important than Asia; Americans, Europeans want to avoid Syria

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Survey: Transatlantic Relationship Remains Strong

Transatlantic Trends 2011 shows that a 71% of U.S. respondents and 68% of EU respondents said they felt that their countries had enough common values to be able to cooperate on international problems.

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Most EU Citizens Approve of Obama’s Handling of International Policies

Transatlantic Trends 2010 Nearly four-in-five EU respondents (78%)1 approved of the way Barack Obama is handling international policies — a modest decline from last year’s approval rate of 83%.

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