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What the world thinks of America Poll results

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The BBC hosted a unique global television debate about America's place in the world with 10 other national broadcasters.

As part of the What The World Thinks of America programme, 11,000 people in the UK, France, Russia, Indonesia, South Korea, Jordan, Australia, Canada, Israel, Brazil and the US responded to a poll asking their views and opinions on America.

The respondents were asked about their general attitudes towards America and US President George Bush.

The poll also posed a range of other questions on America's foreign policy, military power, cultural influences and economic might.

Click on the links above to view a comprehensive series of graphs illustrating the findings of the poll.

All interviews were carried out during May/June 2003 in the following 11 countries:

Australia - Roy Morgan Research
Brazil LPM Research F2F
Canada - Leger Marketing
France IPSOS Opinion
Indonesia Synovate
Israel - PORI
Jordan IPSOS Stat
Korea ORC International
Russia Russian Research & F2F
UK - ICM
USA IPSOS Reid

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