According the BBC, anti-Americanism is rising around the globe.
The British Broadcasting Corporation polled 26,000 people in 25 countries about America's role in the world.
Three in every four of those questioned disapproved of how the US government was dealing with the crisis in Iraq.
This is not surprising, but this was not the world's only grievance.
The poll did not just deal with Iraq. It also asked questions about the US handling of Guantanamo detainees; the Israel-Hezbollah war; Iran's nuclear programme; global warming; and North Korea's nuclear programme.
In every case, a majority of those questioned disapproved of America's handling of the issue concerned.
The American people know the world's displeasure with our government about the Iraq War, but do they know how the world feels on other issues? Our major news channels only seem to carry news about the Duke rape case and the occasional missing child. Why do we let them perform such a disservice to us?