- A Pew Research Center poll from early 2016 found that 85 percent of Britons had no confidence in Trump doing the right thing in global relations, while 12 percent said they had confidence.
- Despite Trump's affinity for Scotland, a poll conducted by Survation in January 2016 found that 40 percent of Scots thought that Trump should be banned from Britain, though 47 percent thought that a ban was not necessary.
- A Gallup International poll conducted in September found that if British citizens could vote in the U.S. election, 64 percent would have chosen Trump's rival, Hillary Clinton. 15 percent said they would have voted for Trump.
- In a poll conducted by ComRes for the Independent newspaper just after the election, 66 percent of Britons said that Trump made the world a more dangerous place, versus 10 percent who felt he made the world safer.
- Another poll conducted for the Independent, this time by BMG Research, shortly after the election, 58 percent of Britons said that America's global reputation would suffer after Trump's win.
- Berlin-based mobile researchers Dalia conducted a poll in January that asked Europeans what they thought after Trump's win. The most popular sentiment among Britons was “disappointment,” which was cited by 41 percent of respondents.
- A poll conducted by British polling firm YouGov ahead of Trump's inauguration indicated that 54 percent of Britons had a more negative view of America after Trump won the election in November vs. 8 percent who had a more positive view.
- A poll released this week and conducted by Sky Data this month, found that 72 percent of Britons thought May should criticize Trump for behavior she found unacceptable even if it risks damaging their relationship vs. 20 percent who do not.
January 27, 2017 at 11:41 AM EST