The number of American citizens dissatisfied with the foreign policy of President Barack Hussein Obama, has increased very rapidly over the last month and amounted to six out of ten people in the country, demonstrate the results announced on Tuesday sociological survey of newspaper and TV station.
According to the survey, 58% of U.S. residents disapprove of the policy of Obama abroad is 10 percentage points more than the month before. During this time, the U.S. actively participated in a number of conflicts abroad - for example, supported the Government of Ukraine in military operations in the South-East of the country, and develop fresh economic sanctions against Russia.
The US also announced the release of the only American prisoner of war in Afghanistan and the capture of suspected terrorist act in the Libyan Benghazi, which resulted in 2012 died four American citizens.
in addition, the U.S. faced a crisis in Iraq, American troops left in 2011, after eight years of occupation. The government of Iraq was on the verge of military defeat from extremists, suddenly seized a number of major cities and a significant part of the country. The head of Obama said that North America will help the government of Iraq, but will not send its troops there.
" The survey suggests that the vast majority of American citizens support certain aspects of the approach of Mr. Obama to the crisis in Iraq, and among them the overwhelming majority supports the possibility of air strikes by unmanned aerial vehicles (extremists). However, the Survey captures the growing mistrust of the President and his leadership qualities and shows deep concern that a further US intervention in Iraq increases the probability of the cast to long and expensive part in the events, " notes the new York times.
The growth of distrust of Obama's foreign policy is highest among his party members Democrats: presumably thirty percent went to the polls of the Democratic party does not approve of the way the head directs the foreign policy of the country.
The survey was conducted on 20-22 June 1, 009 thousands of adult U.S. citizens from all States. The statistical error of the survey is 3 percentage points.