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Description of Pictures: Roundtable with Richard Wike of the Pew Research Center, who will present and discuss new data on international attitudes towards the U.S.
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Specific picture descriptions: Photos above with "i" icons next to the bracketed sequence numbers (e.g. " ") are described as follows:
ATTIT_230808_009.JPG: Judy Kang (Jung-Hwa Kang), Richard Wike
ATTIT_230808_037.JPG: Judy Kang, Richard Wike
ATTIT_230808_269.JPG: Richard Wike
ATTIT_230808_291.JPG: User comment (suggested): ???
ATTIT_230808_305.JPG: Kevin Killeen
ATTIT_230808_308.JPG: Kevin Killeen, David Anspach
ATTIT_230808_335.JPG: Felicia Pratt (left)
ATTIT_230808_362.JPG: Adam Clayton Powell III, ???, Judy Kang (Jung-Hwa Kang)
ATTIT_230808_363.JPG: International Attitudes Toward the United States
Director, Global Attitudes
ATTIT_230808_365.JPG: U.S. Favorability and Confidence in President Biden
ATTIT_230808_368.JPG: International image of world leaders
ATTIT_230808_369.JPG: Most trust Biden in world affairs
ATTIT_230808_371.JPG: Confidence in U.S. presidents in Western Europe
ATTIT_230808_372.JPG: Biden significantly more popular than Trump in middle-income nations
ATTIT_230808_374.JPG: America's Role in World Affairs
ATTIT_230808_375.JPG: Views of the U.S. global role
ATTIT_230808_376.JPG: Share who say U.S. considers their interests is at a high point in Poland, Germany and the UK
ATTIT_230808_377.JPG: U.S. Culture, Society, Institutions
ATTIT_230808_378.JPG: Many see U.S. aligned with other wealthy nations on various societal issues
ATTIT_230808_379.JPG: American tech, entertainment, colleges and military rates as above average by other countries
ATTIT_230808_380.JPG: Younger adults rate American entertainment more highly
ATTIT_230808_382.JPG: Global Balance of Economic Power
ATTIT_230808_383.JPG: The U.S. is considered the world's leading economic power in many countries
ATTIT_230808_385.JPG: More now name the U.S., and fewer name China, as the world's leading economic power
ATTIT_230808_387.JPG: Most in middle-income countries say American investment has benefited their economies
ATTIT_230808_388.JPG: The American Public
ATTIT_230808_389.JPG: Americans are far more likely than people abroad to say U.S. takes other nations' interests into account
ATTIT_230808_390.JPG: U.S. and international views about American military and entertainment
ATTIT_230808_391.JPG: U.S. and international views about American technology, universities, living standards
ATTIT_230808_392.JPG: Attitudes Toward China
ATTIT_230808_393.JPG: Views of China and its international behavior are largely negative
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