Next, we have Nigeria, where you can find a whopping 69% of the population with a favorable opinion of America. That works out perfectly, seeing that Nigeria is a perfect economic partner for America.
These days Nigeria is officially the world’s fourth-largest democracy. That’s great news for its population of almost 200 million people. It’s also growing its very own film industry, Nollywood. Who knows, maybe one day it will rival Hollywood.
Ghana's favorability rating is 89%. Like Tanzania, Ghana is crazy about American pop culture and definitely seeks to absorb it into their own culture.
Having said that, the Ghanian government has expressed some anti -American sentiment over certain policies. Overall, there is no doubt that the United States has a good friend in West Africa.
Hungarians respondents had a 63% rating in the favorability survey. They just love the culture, their policies, and the American Dream. Should Hungary be doing America's PR against all haters out there?
It's always nice to be on America's good side.
This central European nation has a favorability rating of 73%. According to a CNN report, Poland has a real affinity for the United States. This fondness dates back to the early 90s when America helped gently lead the nation out of the Soviet bloc.
That's more than a good enough reason for Poland and the U.S. to be on chummy terms.
This is pretty impressive. South Korea has a 75% favorability rating. It should be not so surprising, however, as these two nations have been allies for about 70 years.
With North Korea as a neighbor, that's a good ally to have!