Americans have high opinions of certain countries whose citizens, in turn, have low approval of U.S. leadership. These lopsided sentiments have become more pronounced amid major declines in approval of U.S. leadership in 2017. In what countries is the discrepancy greatest? Later, find out Americans' true feelings on trade -- is it more an opportunity for U.S. exports or a threat because of imports?
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Americans have the most favorable opinion of Canada, but this ally and others have soured considerably on U.S. leadership since 2016.
In the U.S., 77% have a favorable view of South Korea, up 13 points since 2014. Meanwhile, favorable ratings of North Korea have fallen to a new low of 6%.