More people around the world worry about the threat posed by the United States' use of power and influence than they do about similar threats from Russia or China.
The finding, part of Pew Research Center's Spring 2018 Global Attitudes Survey, found a median of 45 percent of more than 27,000 respondents in 26 countries view U.S. power and influence as a threat, compared to 37 percent for Russia and 35 percent for China.
The list of countries most likely to view the U.S. as a threat is topped by two key allies in the Asia-Pacific: South Korea and Japan.
İn South Korea, 67 percent of respondents listed the U.S. as a threat. In Japan, it was 66 percent.
Mexico was third, with 64 percent of respondents calling U.S. power and influence a major threat. Previous Pew surveys found views of the U.S. in Mexico nose-dived following the election of U.S. President Donald Trump in 2016.
Data published by Pew in October 2018 found 6 percent of Mexicans expressed confidence in Trump's leadership, due in part to strong opposition to his plans to build a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico.
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