A report publicized by the Pew Research Center reveals that the vast majority of people give the United Nations positive ratings.
According to a report, as many as 61 percent of American respondents viewed the UN in a favorable manner. 66 percent of Canadian respondents reported favorable views, while 84 percent of Polish respondents did so too.
“Across 19 advanced economies surveyed by Pew Research Center this spring, a median of 65% say they have a favorable view of the UN. Still, the institution gets mixed reviews in a few nations, and it is frequently less popular among those on the political right,” the authors of the report wrote.
“Majorities in 16 of the surveyed nations give the UN a favorable rating, and it receives particularly high marks in Poland, South Korea and Sweden, where eight-in-ten or more hold this view.”
Countries such as Greece, Israel, and Japan had the most unfavorable views of the UN.
The survey also found that respondents who were left-leaning political thinkers and younger of age were more likely to hold favorable views of the UN.
The survey was conducted in the Spring of 2022.