International Popularity: North Korea Up, Iran Down

A nationwide Quinnipiac poll gauged the popularity of various countries with American voters and found that North Korea became slightly more popular, Iran became less popular and Hugo Chavez’s Venezuela stayed the same.

Here are the current approval ratings of the most popular and least popular countries, along with their scores from a Quinnipiac survey back in November.

1) England – 77.9 (78.9)

2) Canada – 75.4 (73.4)

3) Israel – 66.5 (68.2)

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12) Venezuela – 30.3 (30.9)

13) Iraq – 27.1 (25.9)

14) Palestinian Government – 24.3 (23.8)

15) Syria – 23.8 (24.3)

16) Cuba – 21.8 (24.1)

17) North Korea – 15.7 (13.5)

18) Iran – 13.5 (15.5)

The full list is after the jump.

– Azi Paybarah

1) England – 77.9 (78.9)

2) Canada – 75.4 (73.4)

3) Israel – 66.5 (68.2)

4) Germany – 59.9 (58.1)

5) India – 56.1 (56.6)

6) Mexico – 56.1 (51.4)

7) United Nations – 49.9 (50.4)

8) France – 47.7 (44.6)

9) China – 43.3 (44.2)

10) Russia – 43.1 (46.2)

11) Saudi Arabia – 40.1 (40.4)

12) Venezuela – 30.3 (30.9)

13) Iraq – 27.1 (25.9)

14) Palestinian Government – 24.3 (23.8)

15) Syria – 23.8 (24.3)

16) Cuba – 21.8 (24.1)

17) North Korea – 15.7 (13.5)

18) Iran – 13.5 (15.5)