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What do Australians think about Americans?

Asked by J. Pollock, Last updated: Sep 14, 2020

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D. Jacob

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D. Jacob, Content Producer, MCA, Florence, Italy

Answered May 15, 2019

Australians perceive Americans to be good people, at least they are to a particular extent friendly and accommodating if not there won't be any form of peaceful coexistence with immigrants in the United States. In terms of military support to a foreign nation, the American government is really trying. Australians also like the huge constitutional right of Americans, which means there are some constitutional rights being enjoyed by Americans which Australians do not enjoy.

Australians perceive Americans to be good people, at least they are to a particular extent friendly
The stable economic growth of the United States is something Australians like about the US, it is even believed that the cost of living in Australia is higher than that of the US. But Australians still think Americans should be more loving especially on the issue of security, they should not discriminate. About the US government, Australians do think the system is a bit corrupt with some people especially rich ones forming alliance to take advantage of the poor.

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