World Takes Dim View of the United States Michele Norris talks with Andrew Kohut, Director of the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press, about global opinion about the United States, which he says has been negative since the war in Iraq started. That has continued despite efforts by the Bush administration to improve America's image. One exception is Indonesia, where America's tsunami relief efforts have brought people to look more favorably upon the United States.
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World Takes Dim View of the United States

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World Takes Dim View of the United States

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World Takes Dim View of the United States

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Michele Norris talks with Andrew Kohut, Director of the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press, about global opinion about the United States, which he says has been negative since the war in Iraq started. That has continued despite efforts by the Bush administration to improve America's image. One exception is Indonesia, where America's tsunami relief efforts have brought people to look more favorably upon the United States.