Pew poll shows only two international countries are more confident about Trump

People around the world are surveyed every year by Pew Research Center to find out how much confidence they have that the U.S. president would “do the right thing regarding world affairs.”

This year’s results revealed that out of 37 major countries surveyed, only two of them expressed having more confidence in Trump than they did with Obama. Those two countries are Israel; which increased its confidence level in Trump by 7 percent over Obama, and Russia; which increased its confidence in Trump by a whopping 42 percent over his predecessor.

The survey showed that European countries have lost a lot of confidence in Trump, especially Sweden, which went from 93 percent confidence in Obama to only 10 percent expressing confidence in Trump.

Obama received much higher ratings at the end of his presidency than Trump gets today

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