The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

55 per­cent of Amer­i­cans say the pres­i­dent of the U.S. should “project an im­age of strength;” 39 per­cent say the pres­i­dent should have an im­age of trans­parency and a will­ing­ness to ne­go­ti­ate.

47 per­cent say the U.S. should be less in­volved in world af­fairs, 30 per­cent say the na­tion should stay ac­tive at “the cur­rent level.”

19 per­cent say the U.S. should be more ac­tive in world af­fairs.

42 per­cent say Pres­i­dent Obama takes a “bal­anced ap­proach depend­ing on the sit­u­a­tion” on the global stage.

36 per­cent say Mr. Obama is too cau­tious and lets other coun­tries “con­trol events.”

15 per­cent say Mr. Obama is “too bold.”

Source: An NBC News/Wall Street Jour­nal sur­vey of 1,000 U.S. adults con­ducted April 23-27.

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