Those are the only nations on earth where polls show there is support for the US to remain in Iraq.
Unease with American foreign policy and President Bush has intensified in countries that are some of the closest U.S. allies and around the globe, while Russia and China also face growing international wariness, a survey released Wednesday said.
Support for the U.S.-led war in Iraq, the NATO military action in Afghanistan and worldwide American efforts against terrorism have dropped since 2002, according to an international survey by the nonpartisan Pew Research Center. Views of the United States in much of the Muslim world remain particularly negative.
The numbers for Iraq aren't surprising, but it's very disappointing that the world no longer even supports the war on terrorism, for which there was overwhelming global support following 9-11
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