International approval of the president's policies has "declined significantly" since he first took office, "while overall confidence in him and attitudes toward the U.S. have slipped modestly as a consequence," says the Pew Research Center's Global Attitudes Project, which surveyed more than 26,000 people in 21 countries.
Most respondents in almost all foreign countries oppose U.S. drone strikes. Domestically, 62 percent of Americans approve of the drone campaign.
Majorities in Germany, Britain, France and Spain now consider China the world's leading economic power, not the United States.
But only 29 percent of Chinese say China is the global economic leader; almost half say it's the United States.