February 12, 2011bilateral relationsChinaForeign AffairsIndiaIsraelPakistanpublic opinionUnited States

Popular in the United States, India is

Almost three out of four Americans have a positive impression of India

This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.

Here’s a chart based on the findings of the recent Gallup survey of public opinion in the United States:

Popularity among US residents

The mutual love fest continues. As we noted a few months ago, it’s set to continue because India is popular among the young. We do not have survey data, but it’s likely that the situation is mirrored in India.



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