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Posted by the Guardian on February 15, 2013 in News Clips

(Below is an excerpt from Glenn Greenwald's piece in the Guardian which cites a poll the Arab American Institute conducted in 2011)

A 2011 Arab American Institute poll found that "US favorable ratings across the Arab world have plummeted. In most countries they are lower than at the end of the Bush Administration, and lower than Iran's favorable ratings." The same year, a poll of public opinion in Egypt - arguably the most strategically important nation in the region and the site of Obama's 2009 Cairo speech - found pervasively unfavorable views of the US at or even below the levels of the Bush years.

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