Americans more popular than Moroccans in Spain

What with wars and everything, this is a turn-up for the books. The November poll (Word) of the national stats institute, the Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas asked the Spanish people how much they liked Johnny Foreigner:

 

a lot

quite a lot

a little

not at all

don’t know

didn’t answer

Americans

4.9

35.0

32.2

16.1

9.8

1.8

Argentines

14.9

58.6

13.3

3.5

8.0

1.8

Brazilians

11.3

54.1

16.9

3.9

11.7

2.1

Chileans

8.0

51.5

20.4

5.7

12.5

1.8

Colombians

5.6

41.7

29.4

10.6

10.8

2.0

Cubans

11.2

51.8

19.4

6.4

9.3

1.9

French

7.1

45.7

29.6

7.5

8.6

1.4

Germans

8.1

50.3

22.7

7.6

9.4

1.9

Italians

10.8

56.6

17.5

4.8

8.6

1.6

Mexicans

11.9

56.0

16.1

4.1

10.2

1.7

Moroccans

4.5

29.2

32.9

23.7

8.4

1.4

Peruvians

6.9

50.3

22.4

7.1

11.4

1.8

Venezuelans

7.9

53.7

19.6

4.5

12.4

2.0

And question 19 asked how much they trusted him:

 

a lot

quite a lot

a little

not at all

don’t know

didn’t answer

Americans

4.1

32.6

31.0

17.1

13.1

2.1

Argentines

8.8

51.2

19.9

5.7

12.2

2.2

Brazilians

6.1

44.7

23.9

7.8

15.5

2.0

Chileans

5.2

44.9

24.7

6.9

15.9

2.3

Colombians

3.9

32.5

32.6

14.9

13.9

2.2

Cubans

6.0

41.7

26.9

9.6

13.6

2.2

French

6.0

42.6

27.6

9.6

12.3

1.9

Germans

6.7

46.1

23.3

8.6

13.1

2.1

Italians

6.5

49.2

22.6

6.9

12.9

2.0

Mexicans

7.3

48.6

21.7

6.5

13.9

2.1

Moroccans

3.3

23.3

32.1

27.4

11.7

2.2

Peruvians

4.8

40.8

27.8

9.4

15.1

2.1

Venezuelans

5.1

45.1

25.0

7.5

15.1

2.1

Fortunately perfidious Albion was not included, but, rampant anti-Americanism aside, this is also hard on supposedly trust-based Germany, which scores worse than Mexico. What do you think they mean by trust?

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