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LONDON -- Israel, Iran, and the United States were the countries with the most negative image in a globe-spanning survey of attitudes toward 12 major nations. Canada and Japan came out best in the poll, released Tuesday.
The survey for the British Broadcasting Corp.'s World Service asked more than 28,000 people to rate 12 countries -- Britain, Canada, China, France, India, Iran, Israel, Japan, North Korea, Russia, the United States and Venezuela -- as having a positive or negative influence on the world.
Originally posted by searching_for_truth
My problem here is everytime the US does good, some nations hardly notice or remembers.
Yet if the US does something bad, it will be sensationalized and will always be remembered. I guess it's not fair for the U.S.