Foreigners like to make fun of America as a nation made up of “Spring Break woo woo girls” and “beered-up jocks.” But what do we make of other countries? There are clear favorites -- and whatever the opposite of that is, too.
Turns out, America has the most international love for… Canada.
Yep, despite all the jokes we make aboot our northern neighbors, 92% of respondents to Gallup's World Affairs Survey said the land of Celine Dion and Igloos was their favorite country. The United Kingdom comes in next, with 90% of respondents bonkers for sexy British accents and full English breakfasts. Next up, France got the third-most amour; 82% of Americans have fallen under the spell of the cheese-eating country’s je ne sais quois.
While Americans remain on the fence about the ever-weird China (44%) and taboo Cuba (46%) -- though, like laws on traveling there, that’ll probably change soon -- Americans show the most disdain for North Korea, with a staggering 87% saying they're not feeling Kim Jong-un’s new hairdo or despot tactics. Iran is the second-worst (with 84% of the vote), followed by Afghanistan and Syria, tied for third-worst, with 80% of unfavorable results.