While as a person President Donald Trump has been a polarising figure in his country, one might wonder what is the world's perception of the US president.
A report by nonpartisan Washington-based think tank, Pew Research Center surveyed nearly 37,000 individuals across 33 countries to delineate what the world thinks of the US leader, reported the BBC.
However, the polls are not affected by public perception of Trump for ordering the killing of Iran's top general Qasem Soleimani since it was conducted from May to October of last year.
Donald Trump was compared against four other world leaders: Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping and French President Emmanuel Macron. None of the five leaders has received particularly high marks overall.
In his neighbouring Mexico, Trump has unsurprisingly the least favorability; with less than 10 percent of the surveyed people favouring him.
The US President got mostly negative views from the respondents in counties such as the UK, Ukraine and Russia.
However, in Israel, India, Philippines and some African countries, Trump got a positive response from survey participant, being the top among the five.
Favourability for Trump in Israel is not unexpected. The US president has a close relationship with Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu and the US has long been supportive of Israel.
Donald Trump is surprisingly popular in the African nations surveyed, despite his past missteps, including reportedly calling African states "shithole countries".
The US president received the highest negative ratings of the group, along with Russia's Vladimir Putin and China's Xi Jinping. However, the German Chancellor Angela Merkel saw the highest of the group.