Donald Trump is due to arrive in London at the start of this week to attend the NATO Heads of State and Government meeting from 3 to 4 December. Trump's official trips to the country since becoming president have been met by large protests and a now infamous blimp depicting the president as a baby. Trump's popularity rating in the UK will therefore come as little surprise, but how does he compare to other foreign politicians, and of huge importance to the man himself, is he more popular than Obama?
No, he isn't - and not by a long shot - but then again neither is anybody else. The popularity of the 44th president of the United States in the UK is huge, with 73 percent of respondents saying they have a positive opinion of him. As YouGov's ratings
show, the Brits are generally a hard bunch to please, meaning that Trump, with a mere 18 percent, still makes it into the top ten.