According to a pan-European survey of over 15,000 people in 11 countries,Thirty-two percent of Europeans no longer believed that Americans can be trusted.
According to European Council on Foreign Relations survey, In Germany, 53 percent of respondents said that they strongly agreed or agreed that Americans can no longer be trusted.
The poll also found 36 percent of Swedish respondents did not believe Americans were trustworthy after 2016.
In addition, a total of 61 percent of respondents believed that the U.S. political system was “completely” or “somewhat” broken. Specifically, 81 percent of British, 71 percent of German and 66 percent of French respondents thought so.
Poland and Hungary were the two countries with the most positive views of the United States, with 56 percent of Hungarians and 58 percent of Poles saying the American political system works well or somewhat well, and only 23 percent of Poles and 19 percent of Hungarians did not trust Americans after voting for Donald Trump in 2016.
Most Europeans rejoiced at Joe Biden’s victory in US presidential election, but they did not think he could help America make a comeback as a pre-eminent global leader.
Source : ECNS