Latin America: positive perception of the United States 2005-2017

Share of population in Latin America who claimed to have a positive perception of the United States between 2005 and 2017

by Marina Pasquali, last edited Feb 26, 2018
Latin America: positive perception of the United States 2005-2017 This statistic shows the results of a survey carried out between 2005 and 2017 to find out the perceptions of the United States in Latin America. In 2017, 67 percent of Latin American respondents claimed to have either a good or a very good view of the United States, down from 74 percent of the people surveyed a year earlier.
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Share of population in Latin America who claimed to have a positive perception of the United States between 2005 and 2017

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Share of respondents
200561%
200663%
200764%
200858%
200974%
201073%
201172%
201369%
201565%
201674%
201767%
Share of respondents
200561%
200663%
200764%
200858%
200974%
201073%
201172%
201369%
201565%
201674%
201767%
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by Marina Pasquali, last edited Feb 26, 2018
This statistic shows the results of a survey carried out between 2005 and 2017 to find out the perceptions of the United States in Latin America. In 2017, 67 percent of Latin American respondents claimed to have either a good or a very good view of the United States, down from 74 percent of the people surveyed a year earlier.
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