A new poll suggests the U.S. response to the coronavirus pandemic has not gone unnoticed around the world.
The poll, by the Alliance of Democracies Foundation asked 120,000 people in 53 countries to assess country responses to the pandemic.
Over 60 percent of respondents said China had handled it well, while only a third said the United States had.
During the past two months, Europe has succeeded at staying the virus, while the U.S. has not. The combined death count (about 121,000) in those 16 European countries, with a similar combine population as the U.S., is higher than in the U.S. (about 117,000). But at the current pace, the U.S. toll will be higher by next week.
[Foreign Policy / New York Times]