Why do people from Belize like Americans? It’s a common answer: money. The dollar has been better in the past, sure, but it’s still a force compared to a lot of other currencies. Plus, we aren’t the British, the empire that took over Belize. We’re here for you, brothers.
There’s a certain feeling American tourists get from Belize, almost like an even more laid-back version of southern California. It’s diverse, it’s chill, and there is tons of great food. If you need to visit somewhere that is always groovy and will welcome you with open arms; there’s nowhere like Belize.
The United Kingdom
The U.K and the U.S. are like two brothers that fought a ton as kids but are now close. Or like friends that feuded before putting old things aside and joining together. Neither nation is perfect, but since the strains of World War II, the two countries have been fast friends and incredible allies.
A huge number of Americans have flown to London, Belfast, and elsewhere, while plenty of English have done the reverse and joined the United States. Despite how the countries sometimes take shots at each other, there's plenty of love to go around both between governments and the citizens.
Wales, as part of the United Kingdom and Great Britain, is a strong ally with America. Strangely, people who live in England consider it a bit of a backwater area, and there's a number of noses being turned up from within the nations. Wales tends to side with America when it comes to the division between England and America (that's what we're told, at least).
Our off-and-on antagonism for England (which has, of course, been off for quite a while now) is something Wales enjoys a little bit. English and Welsh still eye each other warily, but Americans are welcome.
Thankfully, Denmark isn't an opponent on the worldwide stage or militarily, but people who travel from the United States to this European country tend to leave a bad taste in the mouths of locals.
One computer technology student in Denmark explained what Danes actually think of Americans -- the U.S. feels like it's better than the rest of the world, but there are just as good as any other country. The Danes think it's unjustified that Americans don't see them as equals.
Not familiar with this small North African country? You're not alone. Political upheaval in the country has led to a low favorability rating of the United States. The Arab Spring was a big event that many hoped would bring political reform but actually brought more war and violence.
Tunisia was actually a relative success story since they have put a new constitution in place. But, you may ask, why the unfavorable rating for America? Well, as is the case with a lot of these countries, they needed a scapegoat, and America is a common one.