Pew asked people in countries ranging from Canada to Brazil to Russian Federation whether they had favorable views of the United States, and whether they had confidence in the U.S. president to do the right thing in world affairs - questions they had also asked of people in these countries back when Barack Obama was president.
According to the data collected from 37 nations across the globe, confidence in the US president's policies and character has dropped significantly, especially in nations with close relations to the United States, like Europe and Asia.
Slightly more Europeans now view the United States unfavorably under President Donald Trump than favorably, according to a survey of public attitudes in three dozen countries that comes as Trump prepares for a return visit to the continent early next month.
Pew Research Center has been conducting surveys on the image of the USA overseas since 2002.
This year, 53 percent of Russians have at least some confidence in the United States president, up from an Obama-era low of 11 percent in 2015, while in Israel, 56 percent are confident in president Trump, up from 49 percent confidence for Obama in 2015.
While 55 per cent see Trump as a strong leader, larger majorities of those surveyed said they see him as arrogant, 75 per cent; intolerant, 65 per cent; and unsafe, 62 per cent.
The President's character was also a factor in his negative rating around the globe, with the majority of those surveyed saying Trump is arrogant, intolerant and even unsafe.
Some 55% rated Trump as a strong leader, though 75% said he was arrogant, 65% intolerant, and 62% risky.
In Germany, favorability ratings for the U.S. slid by 22 points to 35 percent compared with the end of the Obama era.
Some 75% of people think he is big headed, 65% say he is unsafe and 62% regard him as risky.
It's worth noting that Americans as a people remain popular, and "a median of 58% say they have a favorable impression of Americans".
The survey was taken before Trump, who has proclaimed a slogan of "America First", formally announced the United States's withdrawal from the Paris climate accord, meaning his worldwide standing may have sunk even further. The survey was conducted in 37 countries among the more than 40 thousand Respondents.
His intention to build a wall along the US-Mexico border, his withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement and his Muslim travel ban were all factors in the results.
America's reputation around the world has taken a hit under Donald Trump.
Only about one in four people stated that they found Trump "well-qualified to be president" and "caring about ordinary people".
The polling also shows that the low level of support for the president is leading to a decline in support for wider American values.
But the report indicates many feel their country's relationship with the United States will not change over the coming years. Opposition was strong in several largely Muslim countries, including Jordan, Lebanon and Senegal. It will hear the case in October.