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What does the world think of America?

People make their way through snow in New York's Times Square, February 8, 2013.

Sixteen countries give their views on the United States: its influence, politics and work ethic Image: REUTERS/Keith Bedford

Simon Torkington
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  Limited opposition to US-led military campaign against ISIS
Image: Pew Research Center
   Japanese see decreasing US influence, but Indians say US influence is rising
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   Europeans express confidence in Obama and Clinton, but not Trump
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   Many do not see Americans as tolerant
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