When it comes to Eastern Europe, the feelings toward The United States are always on the sour side. This is mostly due to the long-running issues between Americans and Russians.
The Slovenian rating stands at 54%. That’s pretty high. Hopefully, one day America will win over almost the other half of the nation.
When it comes to Australia, they have a 48% unfavorability rating. The isolated Ozzies tend to think that Americans are a little over-ambitious and have disagreed with some of their decisions over the years.
You can't please everybody! Especially ones that live on the other side of the planet
Departing from Europe and making our way back into South America, Chile also has beef with the North Americans. Just a little under half the country disapprove of the U.S.
Oddly, the U.S considers Chile to be its strongest partner in Latin America. We fear some communication has gotten lost in the translation over the years.
Austria has a 55% disapproval rating of the U.S. According to MarketWatch. Austrians seem to think that they have great taste in food, and Americans do not.
While they enjoy digging into Wiener Schnitzel and Tafelspitz (boiled beef), they're not fans of American fast food.
Aregenitianns have quite a hard time sharing a continent with the United States, especially when people from the USA insist on calling North Ameican simply America. For a South American, that is a little bit of a touchy subject.
Perhaps if Argentina was a little more dominant in that regard, there would be less of an issue. Unfortunately, because of this, the rating is 57%.