Ipsos Ballot : Americans Are Not So Hot On ‘The United States First’ : Npr

NPR/Ipsos Poll: Americans Aren’t So Hot On ‘America First’Enlarge this image toggle caption John Minchillo/AP John Minchillo/APAs President Trump begins his first overseas trip, Americans have widely differing views of his approach to foreign policy.
“Overall, Americans believe the U.S. should be and is a force for good in the world,” said pollster Clifford Young, president of Ipsos Public Affairs.
Less than a quarter said the country’s foreign policy should look out for Americans, even if it harms people in other countries.
More than half the people surveyed in a new NPR/Ipsos poll said America’s foreign policy should focus on maintaining the current global order — with the U.S. at the center.
With Trump as president, Democrats drop off 14 points, independents 17.

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