BREAKING: Americans like Canada, not so fond of Iran

A new Gallup poll on U.S. attitudes toward other countries likely won’t shock many:   Most interesting may be the numbers on Mexico, which jumped six points since last year despite all the grim drug war news and the anti-immigration rhetoric on the campaign trail. You also have to wonder who the 13 percent of ...

A new Gallup poll on U.S. attitudes toward other countries likely won't shock many:

 

Most interesting may be the numbers on Mexico, which jumped six points since last year despite all the grim drug war news and the anti-immigration rhetoric on the campaign trail.

A new Gallup poll on U.S. attitudes toward other countries likely won’t shock many:

 

Most interesting may be the numbers on Mexico, which jumped six points since last year despite all the grim drug war news and the anti-immigration rhetoric on the campaign trail.

You also have to wonder who the 13 percent of Americans with a positive view of North Korea are, and why that number is trending upward.

Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy Twitter: @joshuakeating

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