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Two Global Leaders with Very Different Global Perceptions

logo press world New research from Gallup International Association (GIA) shows a significant increase in favourability towards President Putin and a US President who compares significantly less favourably with his predecessor. But both politicians trail the Pope.

 

Two years ago, just before he left office almost three in five (59%) of those polled throughout 65 countries around the world held a favourable view of US President Barack Obama. This year and having been in office for just over a year, President Trump does not poll so favourably – 31% holding a favourable view of him, 58% an unfavourable view.  (He is the only political leader where a majority hold an unfavourable view of him).  Meanwhile President Putin has gone from one in three (33%) viewing him favourably to 43%, a significant increase over two years. President Putin polls favourably in most regions of the world except the US (14%) and EU-Europe (28%), but still higher than the 20% favourability for President Trump).However it is Pope Francis who records the highest level of favourability – 56%, rising to 75% of those surveyed in Latin America and 66% of those living in EU-Europe. 


 

Despite a domestic political set-back German Chancellor Angela Merkel ranks as the most popular leader polled; 49% hold a favourable view of her, up from 42% two years ago. She just beats the new comer President Macron, who 45% hold a favourable view towards (compared with 42% who scored his predecessor President Hollande favourably).

 

Please indicate whether you have a very favourable, somewhat favourable, somewhat unfavourable or very unfavourable opinion of each of the following world leaders?

 

 

Favourable

Unfavourable

Net Score

German Chancellor Angela Merkel

49%

29%

+20

French President Emmanuel Macron

45%

24%

+21

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

30%

22%

+8

British Prime Minister Theresa May

38%

31%

+7

Chinese President Xi Jinping

37%

31%

+6

Russian President Vladimir Putin

43%

40%

+3

Saudi Arabia King Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saud

26%

32%

-6

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu

25%

33%

-8

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani

24%

33%

-9

Turkish President Erdogan

28%

40%

-12

US President Donald Trump

31%

58%

-27

Pope Francis

56%

18%

+38


Please indicate whether you have a very favourable, somewhat favourable, somewhat unfavourable or very unfavourable opinion of each of the following world leaders?

 

NET Score by Region

 

Region*

US President Donald Trump

Russian President Vladimir Putin

German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Total Base

-27

+3

+20%

EU Total

-52

-33

+11%

EU West

-63

-39

+17%

EU East

-28

-20

0

Non- EU Europe

-1

+29

+42

USA

-23

-52

+27

India

+45

+49

+29

Russia

-34

+68

-29

Latin America

-36

+6

+26

East Asia

-9%

+6

+25

West Asia

-28

+22

0

Middle East

-8

+45

+58

Africa

-15

+19

+33

 

Kancho Stoychev, President of Gallup International Association (GIA) said:

 

“President Trump is clearly dividing people in the way his predecessor did not. This means that the world is looking to other world leaders to fill this key role. Russian President Putin has seen his favourability increase significantly but he still needs to convince others as he remains divisive. Nevertheless for the first time in a global poll a Russian leader is ranked before the US one.

 

Despite her domestic political battles, a new world order leaves Germany’s Angela Merkel as the most favourable world leader with newcomers Emmanuel Macron not far behind, which given he only formed his political party a little over 18 months ago is a remarkable achievement.

 

 

Methodology:

The Gallup International End of Year Survey (EoY) is an annual tradition initiated by and designed under the chairmanship of Dr. George Gallup in 1977. It is conducted every year since then. This year it was carried out by the Gallup International Association in partnership with WIN in 55 countries around the world.

 


*Regions coverage:

EU Total - combines EU West and EU East

EU West – Austria, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland. Italy, Netherland, Spain, Sweden, UK

EU East – Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Croatia

Non-EU Europe – Albania, Armenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Serbia, Ukraine

Latin America – Argentina, Brazil, Columbia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru

East Asia – Bangladesh, Fiji, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Thailand, Vietnam

West Asia – Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Turkey

Middle East - Iraq

Africa – Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa

USA, India and Russia are not included in any other regional category

 

 

Sample Size and Mode of Field Work:

A total of 53769 persons were interviewed globally. In each country a representative sample of around 1000 men and women was interviewed either face to face (23 countries; n=24235), via telephone (13 countries; n=11656) or online (19 countries; n=17878). The field work was conducted during October 2017 - December 2017. The margin of error for the survey is between +3-5% at 95% confidence level.”

 

About Gallup International

Gallup International Association (GIA) is the leading association in market research and polling and this year celebrates its 70th anniversary.

 

For 70 years Gallup International Members have demonstrated their expert ability to conduct multi-country surveys on a comparable basis and deliver the highest quality. Their Members are leading national institutes with a profound local knowledge of research methods and techniques, statistical sources, customs and culture differences of its own country and carefully selected by the Association Board. With only one Member agency per country, Members work together on a daily basis to share knowledge, new research techniques and tools, as well as to provide the most appropriate solutions to international research projects and service our clients to the best of our abilities.

 

 

For more information:

 

Kancho Stoychev (in Sofia), +359 88 8611025

Johnny Heald (in London), +44 7973 600308

 

 

Disclaimer: Gallup International Association or its members are not related to Gallup Inc., headquartered in Washington D.C. which is no longer a member of Gallup International Association. Gallup International Association does not accept responsibility for opinion polling other than its own. We require that our surveys be credited fully as Gallup International (not Gallup or Gallup Poll).

For further details see website: www.gallup-international.com

U.S. President Donald Trump

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

1

VIETNAM

76%

28

SOUTH AFRICA

-34%

2

PHILIPPINES

49%

29

GREECE

-39%

3

INDIA

45%

30

B&H

-40%

4

ALBANIA

37%

31

HONG KONG

-40%

5

GHANA

22%

32

ITALY

-41%

6

KOSOVO

21%

33

COLOMBIA

-42%

7

NIGERIA

14%

34

PAKISTAN

-43%

8

THAILAND

10%

35

ARGENTINA

-43%

9

MOLDOVA

8%

36

JAPAN

-46%

10

ROMANIA

6%

37

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

-47%

11

UKRAINE

5%

38

INDONESIA

-50%

12

POLAND

2%

39

LATVIA

-50%

13

AFGHANISTAN

0%

40

ETHIOPIA

-52%

14

MACEDONIA

-4%

41

CROATIA

-56%

15

BANGLADESH

-5%

42

TURKEY

-61%

16

ARMENIA

-6%

43

UK

-61%

17

AZERBAIJAN

-8%

44

SPAIN

-65%

18

IRAQ

-8%

45

SLOVENIA

-68%

19

KAZAKHSTAN

-13%

46

AUSTRIA

-68%

20

PERU

-17%

47

IRAN

-68%

21

USA

-23%

48

FRANCE

-69%

22

BULGARIA

-23%

49

IRELAND

-70%

23

ECUADOR

-23%

50

SWEDEN

-71%

24

CZECH REPUBLIC

-24%

51

MEXICO

-73%

25

SERBIA

-25%

52

NETHERLANDS

-73%

26

BRAZIL

-32%

53

GERMANY

-83%

27

RUSSIA

-34%

 

  Rounding of Decimals: There may be a slight difference of 1% in some instances. Exact figures are available elsewhere. There is also a slight possibility that the figures vary up to maximum of 1% in different versions of press releases.

 

 

Russian President Vladimir Putin

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

1

VIETNAM

85%

28

PAKISTAN

8%

2

KAZAKHSTAN

83%

29

ARGENTINA

4%

3

ARMENIA

81%

30

ECUADOR

2%

4

RUSSIA

68%

31

AFGHANISTAN

-3%

5

SERBIA

68%

32

HONG KONG

-4%

6

MOLDOVA

59%

33

BRAZIL

-5%

7

INDIA

49%

34

SOUTH AFRICA

-6%

8

ETHIOPIA

48%

35

AZERBAIJAN

-7%

9

GREECE

47%

36

SLOVENIA

-10%

10

IRAQ

45%

37

ITALY

-17%

11

IRAN

45%

38

LATVIA

-19%

12

ALBANIA

38%

39

UKRAINE

-24%

13

BANGLADESH

38%

40

AUSTRIA

-31%

14

ROMANIA

37%

41

FRANCE

-46%

15

NIGERIA

25%

42

KOSOVO

-49%

16

BULGARIA

25%

43

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

-51%

17

THAILAND

25%

44

CZECH REPUBLIC

-52%

18

INDONESIA

22%

45

USA

-52%

19

PHILIPPINES

20%

46

JAPAN

-53%

20

TURKEY

19%

47

SPAIN

-53%

21

PERU

19%

48

GERMANY

-54%

22

MEXICO

18%

49

IRELAND

-55%

23

CROATIA

18%

50

UK

-56%

24

MACEDONIA

15%

51

SWEDEN

-61%

25

B&H

13%

52

NETHERLANDS

-65%

26

GHANA

12%

53

POLAND

-76%

27

COLOMBIA

8%

 Rounding of Decimals: There may be a slight difference of 1% in some instances. Exact figures are available elsewhere. There is also a slight possibility that the figures vary up to maximum of 1% in different versions of press releases.

 

 

Chinese President Xi Jinping

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

1

MOLDOVA

48%

28

INDONESIA

9%

2

KAZAKHSTAN

46%

29

INDIA

6%

3

ALBANIA

44%

30

BULGARIA

4%

4

SERBIA

43%

31

ECUADOR

3%

5

ARMENIA

41%

32

COLOMBIA

2%

6

ETHIOPIA

40%

33

IRELAND

0%

7

ROMANIA

39%

34

AZERBAIJAN

-1%

8

NIGERIA

38%

35

BRAZIL

-1%

9

IRAQ

37%

36

PHILIPPINES

-1%

10

BANGLADESH

35%

37

PERU

-5%

11

PAKISTAN

32%

38

USA

-5%

12

GREECE

31%

39

ARGENTINA

-5%

13

IRAN

30%

40

NETHERLANDS

-7%

14

MEXICO

30%

41

MACEDONIA

-9%

15

TURKEY

29%

42

UK

-10%

16

RUSSIA

27%

43

SWEDEN

-11%

17

UKRAINE

26%

44

AUSTRIA

-15%

18

THAILAND

23%

45

ITALY

-17%

19

HONG KONG

19%

46

KOSOVO

-18%

20

SLOVENIA

19%

47

GERMANY

-25%

21

CROATIA

19%

48

FRANCE

-27%

22

LATVIA

18%

49

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

-32%

23

B&H

15%

50

SPAIN

-32%

24

AFGHANISTAN

13%

51

CZECH REPUBLIC

-37%

25

VIETNAM

13%

52

POLAND

-48%

26

GHANA

12%

53

JAPAN

-69%

27

SOUTH AFRICA

12%

 

 Rounding of Decimals: There may be a slight difference of 1% in some instances. Exact figures are available elsewhere. There is also a slight possibility that the figures vary up to maximum of 1% in different versions of press releases.

 

German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

1

VIETNAM

80%

28

GHANA

18%

2

KOSOVO

75%

29

JAPAN

15%

3

ALBANIA

68%

30

THAILAND

15%

4

ROMANIA

59%

31

ARGENTINA

14%

5

IRAQ

58%

32

BULGARIA

11%

6

MEXICO

57%

33

SLOVENIA

11%

7

ARMENIA

53%

34

GERMANY

10%

8

ETHIOPIA

53%

35

AFGHANISTAN

10%

9

SWEDEN

51%

36

PERU

10%

10

B&H

49%

37

SPAIN

9%

11

MOLDOVA

48%

38

ECUADOR

9%

12

COLOMBIA

47%

39

ITALY

8%

13

NETHERLANDS

44%

40

PHILIPPINES

5%

14

CROATIA

38%

41

AUSTRIA

2%

15

HONG KONG

34%

42

UK

1%

16

SOUTH AFRICA

33%

43

AZERBAIJAN

-1%

17

INDONESIA

33%

44

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

-2%

18

BANGLADESH

32%

45

KAZAKHSTAN

-5%

19

IRAN

32%

46

GREECE

-8%

20

INDIA

29%

47

POLAND

-9%

21

UKRAINE

29%

48

LATVIA

-10%

22

FRANCE

29%

49

SERBIA

-10%

23

NIGERIA

27%

50

PAKISTAN

-12%

24

USA

27%

51

TURKEY

-23%

25

MACEDONIA

25%

52

RUSSIA

-29%

26

BRAZIL

24%

53

CZECH REPUBLIC

-43%

27

IRELAND

24%

 

 Rounding of Decimals: There may be a slight difference of 1% in some instances. Exact figures are available elsewhere. There is also a slight possibility that the figures vary up to maximum of 1% in different versions of press releases.

 

French President Emmanuel Macron

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

1

VIETNAM

82%

28

INDIA

20%

2

ROMANIA

65%

29

ITALY

20%

3

ALBANIA

61%

30

NIGERIA

19%

4

ARMENIA

54%

31

LATVIA

19%

5

MEXICO

53%

32

USA

18%

6

MOLDOVA

52%

33

ARGENTINA

16%

7

GERMANY

50%

34

BRAZIL

14%

8

IRAQ

49%

35

IRAN

14%

9

COLOMBIA

46%

36

KAZAKHSTAN

14%

10

BULGARIA

43%

37

PERU

12%

11

UKRAINE

42%

38

UK

12%

12

GREECE

41%

39

GHANA

11%

13

IRELAND

40%

40

MACEDONIA

9%

14

SWEDEN

36%

41

ECUADOR

6%

15

CROATIA

36%

42

CZECH REPUBLIC

5%

16

SLOVENIA

33%

43

PHILIPPINES

4%

17

SOUTH AFRICA

32%

44

JAPAN

3%

18

KOSOVO

31%

45

AFGHANISTAN

0%

19

AUSTRIA

28%

46

POLAND

0%

20

INDONESIA

28%

47

FRANCE

-1%

21

SPAIN

28%

48

SERBIA

-1%

22

ETHIOPIA

27%

49

AZERBAIJAN

-2%

23

BANGLADESH

25%

50

TURKEY

-6%

24

THAILAND

25%

51

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

-8%

25

NETHERLANDS

23%

52

PAKISTAN

-12%

26

B&H

23%

53

RUSSIA

-14%

27

HONG KONG

23%

 

 Rounding of Decimals: There may be a slight difference of 1% in some instances. Exact figures are available elsewhere. There is also a slight possibility that the figures vary up to maximum of 1% in different versions of press releases.

 


British Prime Minister Theresa May

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

1

VIETNAM

81%

28

ITALY

8%

2

MEXICO

61%

29

TURKEY

8%

3

ALBANIA

53%

30

HONG KONG

6%

4

ROMANIA

48%

31

PERU

6%

5

MOLDOVA

43%

32

CZECH REPUBLIC

5%

6

UKRAINE

42%

33

ECUADOR

5%

7

COLOMBIA

42%

34

JAPAN

1%

8

ARMENIA

38%

35

AZERBAIJAN

-1%

9

INDONESIA

37%

36

IRAN

-3%

10

SOUTH AFRICA

32%

37

PAKISTAN

-5%

11

THAILAND

31%

38

GREECE

-7%

12

KOSOVO

30%

39

SWEDEN

-9%

13

NIGERIA

29%

40

AFGHANISTAN

-11%

14

IRAQ

25%

41

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

-14%

15

BRAZIL

22%

42

LATVIA

-15%

16

USA

22%

43

SERBIA

-16%

17

BANGLADESH

21%

44

UK

-18%

18

ETHIOPIA

20%

45

ARGENTINA

-20%

19

INDIA

19%

46

SLOVENIA

-22%

20

BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

16%

47

RUSSIA

-22%

21

KAZAKHSTAN

15%

48

AUSTRIA

-25%

22

GHANA

15%

49

FRANCE

-26%

23

POLAND

14%

50

NETHERLANDS

-27%

24

MACEDONIA

11%

51

SPAIN

-27%

25

BULGARIA

9%

52

IRELAND

-46%

26

PHILIPPINES

9%

53

GERMANY

-47%

27

CROATIA

9%


 Rounding of Decimals: There may be a slight difference of 1% in some instances. Exact figures are available elsewhere. There is also a slight possibility that the figures vary up to maximum of 1% in different versions of press releases.

 

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

1

VIETNAM

46%

28

ETHIOPIA

-11%

2

BANGLADESH

42%

29

PERU

-11%

3

IRAN

37%

30

SOUTH AFRICA

-12%

4

ALBANIA

33%

31

GREECE

-12%

5

ARMENIA

28%

32

COLOMBIA

-15%

6

KAZAKHSTAN

24%

33

BRAZIL

-17%

7

INDIA

18%

34

SERBIA

-17%

8

PAKISTAN

15%

35

MACEDONIA

-18%

9

INDONESIA

15%

36

TURKEY

-21%

10

B&H

8%

37

AUSTRIA

-22%

11

MOLDOVA

6%

38

JAPAN

-22%

12

RUSSIA

3%

39

ARGENTINA

-22%

13

GHANA

2%

40

POLAND

-24%

14

AFGHANISTAN

0%

41

SLOVENIA

-26%

15

ROMANIA

0%

42

HONG KONG

-29%

16

IRAQ

-2%

43

ITALY

-31%

17

MEXICO

-2%

44

USA

-32%

18

AZERBAIJAN

-2%

45

FRANCE

-33%

19

LATVIA

-4%

46

NETHERLANDS

-34%

20

CROATIA

-4%

47

SWEDEN

-34%

21

PHILIPPINES

-7%

48

GERMANY

-35%

22

KOSOVO

-7%

49

CZECH REPUBLIC

-39%

23

UKRAINE

-9%

50

IRELAND

-39%

24

ECUADOR

-9%

51

SPAIN

-39%

25

NIGERIA

-10%

52

UK

-40%

26

THAILAND

-11%

53

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

-43%

27

BULGARIA

-11%

 

 Rounding of Decimals: There may be a slight difference of 1% in some instances. Exact figures are available elsewhere. There is also a slight possibility that the figures vary up to maximum of 1% in different versions of press releases.

 

Saudi Arabia King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

1

INDONESIA

62%

28

GREECE

-7%

2

VIETNAM

55%

29

BRAZIL

-8%

3

PAKISTAN

40%

30

CROATIA

-9%

4

KAZAKHSTAN

30%

31

ARGENTINA

-11%

5

BANGLADESH

30%

32

IRAQ

-11%

6

MOLDOVA

28%

33

PERU

-12%

7

AFGHANISTAN

27%

34

HONG KONG

-14%

8

ALBANIA

26%

35

JAPAN

-14%

9

ROMANIA

26%

36

MACEDONIA

-14%

10

UKRAINE

21%

37

ETHIOPIA

-16%

11

NIGERIA

20%

38

USA

-20%

12

INDIA

12%

39

POLAND

-22%

13

MEXICO

12%

40

NETHERLANDS

-24%

14

B&H

10%

41

ITALY

-25%

15

ARMENIA

9%

42

SLOVENIA

-30%

16

GHANA

9%

43

TURKEY

-32%

17

COLOMBIA

5%

44

FRANCE

-34%

18

RUSSIA

0%

45

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

-36%

19

SERBIA

0%

46

CZECH REPUBLIC

-37%

20

SOUTH AFRICA

-2%

47

AUSTRIA

-39%

21

LATVIA

-3%

48

GERMANY

-39%

22

AZERBAIJAN

-4%

49

UK

-40%

23

PHILIPPINES

-5%

50

IRELAND

-41%

24

KOSOVO

-5%

51

SPAIN

-43%

25

ECUADOR

-6%

52

SWEDEN

-45%

26

THAILAND

-6%

53

IRAN

-61%

27

BULGARIA

-7%


 Rounding of Decimals: There may be a slight difference of 1% in some instances. Exact figures are available elsewhere. There is also a slight possibility that the figures vary up to maximum of 1% in different versions of press releases.

 

Turkish President Erdogan

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

1

VIETNAM

56%

28

IRAQ

-8%

2

AFGHANISTAN

54%

29

PERU

-9%

3

KOSOVO

47%

30

RUSSIA

-10%

4

INDONESIA

45%

31

JAPAN

-15%

5

ALBANIA

35%

32

ARGENTINA

-16%

6

B&H

32%

33

HONG KONG

-24%

7

BANGLADESH

27%

34

POLAND

-26%

8

PAKISTAN

27%

35

USA

-27%

9

MOLDOVA

26%

36

SERBIA

-30%

10

MEXICO

23%

37

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

-35%

11

TURKEY

22%

38

LATVIA

-39%

12

KAZAKHSTAN

21%

39

UK

-44%

13

AZERBAIJAN

19%

40

IRELAND

-47%

14

MACEDONIA

18%

41

ITALY

-47%

15

IRAN

16%

42

FRANCE

-52%

16

NIGERIA

16%

43

BULGARIA

-53%

17

ETHIOPIA

15%

44

CZECH REPUBLIC

-53%

18

ROMANIA

14%

45

SPAIN

-54%

19

GHANA

13%

46

CROATIA

-54%

20

INDIA

10%

47

SWEDEN

-67%

21

UKRAINE

10%

48

SLOVENIA

-70%

22

COLOMBIA

6%

49

ARMENIA

-74%

23

PHILIPPINES

-2%

50

NETHERLANDS

-80%

24

SOUTH AFRICA

-3%

51

GREECE

-80%

25

THAILAND

-3%

52

AUSTRIA

-85%

26

ECUADOR

-5%

53

GERMANY

-93%

27

BRAZIL

-6%

 

 Rounding of Decimals: There may be a slight difference of 1% in some instances. Exact figures are available elsewhere. There is also a slight possibility that the figures vary up to maximum of 1% in different versions of press releases.


Indian Prime Minster Narendra Modi

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

1

INDIA

72%

28

B&H

7%

2

VIETNAM

71%

29

USA

5%

3

AFGHANISTAN

48%

30

IRELAND

4%

4

UKRAINE

39%

31

ARGENTINA

4%

5

ALBANIA

33%

32

THAILAND

3%

6

MEXICO

31%

33

SWEDEN

-1%

7

MOLDOVA

28%

34

BRAZIL

-1%

8

IRAQ

27%

35

PHILIPPINES

-1%

9

KAZAKHSTAN

27%

36

ECUADOR

-2%

10

ARMENIA

26%

37

UK

-2%

11

INDONESIA

22%

38

JAPAN

-3%

12

ROMANIA

21%

39

KOSOVO

-3%

13

NIGERIA

20%

40

AZERBAIJAN

-4%

14

IRAN

19%

41

PERU

-4%

15

GHANA

17%

42

FRANCE

-6%

16

RUSSIA

16%

43

POLAND

-7%

17

COLOMBIA

15%

44

AUSTRIA

-8%

18

BANGLADESH

13%

45

GERMANY

-8%

19

LATVIA

13%

46

SPAIN

-8%

20

SOUTH AFRICA

13%

47

NETHERLANDS

-9%

21

BULGARIA

11%

48

ITALY

-10%

22

CROATIA

11%

49

MACEDONIA

-12%

23

GREECE

11%

50

HONG KONG

-16%

24

SERBIA

11%

51

CZECH REPUBLIC

-18%

25

SLOVENIA

10%

52

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

-34%

26

ETHIOPIA

10%

53

PAKISTAN

-54%

27

TURKEY

10%

 

 Rounding of Decimals: There may be a slight difference of 1% in some instances. Exact figures are available elsewhere. There is also a slight possibility that the figures vary up to maximum of 1% in different versions of press releases.

 

Israel Prime Minister Netanyahu

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

1

UKRAINE

49%

28

BRAZIL

-10%

2

VIETNAM

47%

29

POLAND

-10%

3

MOLDOVA

42%

30

ARGENTINA

-10%

4

ETHIOPIA

33%

31

CZECH REPUBLIC

-12%

5

ALBANIA

28%

32

MACEDONIA

-13%

6

KAZAKHSTAN

25%

33

ITALY

-14%

7

ROMANIA

24%

34

NETHERLANDS

-16%

8

MEXICO

19%

35

JAPAN

-17%

9

ARMENIA

17%

36

HONG KONG

-19%

10

USA

11%

37

INDONESIA

-19%

11

BULGARIA

10%

38

B&H

-21%

12

INDIA

9%

39

UK

-24%

13

LATVIA

9%

40

SPAIN

-25%

14

GHANA

8%

41

FRANCE

-29%

15

COLOMBIA

6%

42

IRELAND

-31%

16

RUSSIA

6%

43

SWEDEN

-31%

17

SOUTH AFRICA

5%

44

AUSTRIA

-31%

18

GREECE

0%

45

SLOVENIA

-32%

19

NIGERIA

0%

46

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

-33%

20

SERBIA

0%

47

GERMANY

-35%

21

ECUADOR

-2%

48

AFGHANISTAN

-48%

22

PHILIPPINES

-4%

49

IRAN

-49%

23

AZERBAIJAN

-5%

50

PAKISTAN

-49%

24

THAILAND

-5%

51

BANGLADESH

-62%

25

CROATIA

-6%

52

TURKEY

-63%

26

PERU

-7%

 

 

 

27

KOSOVO

-8%

 

  Rounding of Decimals: There may be a slight difference of 1% in some instances. Exact figures are available elsewhere. There is also a slight possibility that the figures vary up to maximum of 1% in different versions of press releases.


Pope Francis

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

Rank

Country

Net Favourability

1

CROATIA

83%

28

LATVIA

39%

2

COLOMBIA

80%

29

CZECH REPUBLIC

35%

3

PHILIPPINES

80%

30

HONG KONG

32%

4

ARMENIA

79%

31

UK

32%

5

ITALY

76%

32

KAZAKHSTAN

31%

6

POLAND

70%

33

SOUTH AFRICA

30%

7

ROMANIA

68%

34

NETHERLANDS

29%

8

SLOVENIA

68%

35

NIGERIA

28%

9

VIETNAM

66%

36

THAILAND

27%

10

ECUADOR

65%

37

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

27%

11

BRAZIL

64%

38

SWEDEN

18%

12

ARGENTINA

61%

39

JAPAN

17%

13

ALBANIA

60%

40

INDONESIA

15%

14

UKRAINE

60%

41

KOSOVO

15%

15

B&H

57%

42

RUSSIA

14%

16

SPAIN

57%

43

ETHIOPIA

12%

17

MOLDOVA

55%

44

BANGLADESH

11%

18

AUSTRIA

54%

45

IRAN

10%

19

MEXICO

53%

46

MACEDONIA

8%

20

BULGARIA

52%

47

INDIA

7%

21

GERMANY

50%

48

GHANA

4%

22

IRELAND

49%

49

AZERBAIJAN

-1%

23

FRANCE

48%

50

TURKEY

-20%

24

PERU

46%

51

SERBIA

-21%

25

USA

43%

52

PAKISTAN

-23%

26

GREECE

39%

 

 

 

27

IRAQ

39%

 

 Rounding of Decimals: There may be a slight difference of 1% in some instances. Exact figures are available elsewhere. There is also a slight possibility that the figures vary up to maximum of 1% in different versions of press releases.

 

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