Nearly half of American voters — 48 percent — think the United States is less respected around the world today than it was five years ago. That’s up from 37 percent who felt that way last year, according to a Fox News poll.
The new poll, released Monday, finds 14 percent of voters think the U.S. is more respected today — nearly five years into the Obama presidency — and 36 percent say it’s unchanged.
In 2012, roughly 29 percent of voters said the U.S. was more respected than in 2008. That’s more than twice the number who feel that way today (14 percent).
Read More at Fox News . By Dana Blanton.