While he may be struggling on the home front, President Obama's remains widely popular across Europe, although his approval rating has dipped a little, a new survey has found.
Conducted by the German Marshall Fund of the United States, a non-partisan policy institution, and the Compagnia di San Paolo, an Italian research center, the annual Transatlantic Trends survey polled citizens in 11 European Union countries. At present, 78 percent of Europeans say they approve of Obama's stance on international affairs, down from 83 percent in 2009.
Despite this, many individual countries continue to view Obama favorably. See what percent of the people polled in each country approve of Obama's "handling of international policies" below. The AP has more on the survey's finding here. Full data is here.