Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.
Opinion Leaders were asked to rank countries in terms of best to worst allies of the US.
Contrary to the general public where only three countries were considered allies of the US by more than half, seven countries were considered allies by more than half of the opinion leaders.
The top ally was also no surprise – the UK at 95%.
Next was/is Japan at 89%.
3rd on the list was Israel at 58%.
and then comes
China at 58% followed by Russia also at 58%.
The two other countries that were over half were Korea (56%) and Saudia Arabia (52%).
Other countries that didn’t fare as well were France (49%), India (32%) and Taiwan (30%).
Were there any surprises to you?
I am surprised that China and Russia are as trusted as Israel and that all three of those are ahead of Korea. And what’s with Taiwan?
What do you think?