Matthew Kendrick, Morning Consult

Matthew Kendrick

Morning Consult

Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Matthew:

Rishi Sunak’s Approval Rating Ticks Up Following Northern Ireland Trade Deal

U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's post-Brexit trade deal involving Northern Ireland was well-received across a broad range of demographics → Read More

Ukraine’s Popularity Slackens Worldwide on First Anniversary of War With Russia

One year after Russia’s invasion, favorable views of Ukraine have generally declined around the world, according to surveys in 43 countries. → Read More

Biden Is Much More Popular Than Trump Around the World

Trump’s toxic image abroad represents a reputational threat for the broader GOP, which isn’t as loathed by the global community → Read More

American Culture Holds Tremendous Appeal Worldwide

Developing countries are particularly enthusiastic about American cultural exports → Read More

U.S. Gun Violence Seen as Major Problem Around the World

People in wealthy Anglosphere countries have particularly negative views of gun violence and crime in the United States → Read More

People in Affluent, English-Speaking Countries Give Harshest Reviews of U.S. Race Relations

Majorities in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom say race relations in the United States are “poor” or “terrible” → Read More

Most British Adults Disapprove of Rishi Sunak After 100 Days in Office

Premier faces an increasingly antagonistic public alongside economic and political headwinds that portend ill for coming elections. → Read More

Brazil’s Reputation Suffers Little in Latin America Following Brasilia Riots

Among adults in 15 democracies, favorable views of Brazil declined by an average of 2 percentage points following the attacks. → Read More

Optimism Rises in Most European Nations as Natural Gas Prices Fall

Hard work and luck seem to be paying political dividends as the worst winter prognostications are avoided → Read More

The E.U. Has Become More Popular Among Czechs, Narrowing Andrej Babiš’ Path to a Comeback

The former premier’s euroskeptic stance and legal problems look likely to keep him out of the presidential office → Read More

Ukraine War Dominates 2022’s Global Headlines

A majority of U.S. voters heard “a lot” about just four international stories, all related to the war in Ukraine or the British monarchy, illustrating the low salience of foreign affairs to the U.S. audience. → Read More

Republicans Overwhelmingly Oppose Griner-Bout Swap With Russia

The Biden administration isn't reaping the hoped for political reward from the swap that ended WNBA star Brittney Griner’s monthslong imprisonment in Russia → Read More

U.S. Reputation Improves in Some Allied Countries Following Midterm Elections

The United States’ net favorability rating improved by 10 percentage points in Germany and 7 points in Italy. → Read More

Meloni Is Off to a Strong Start in Italy as Europe’s Most Popular Leader

Just under half (49%) of Italians approved of Meloni’s job performance days after she was sworn into office, making her the most popular European leader on Morning Consult’s Global Leader Approval Ratings tracker. → Read More

Saudi Arabia’s Image in America Continues to Sink as Formal Relations Hit Nadir

Views of Saudi Arabia reached a low for 2022 after OPEC+ announced oil production cuts, with a majority saying they had an unfavorable view. → Read More

Which Americans Are More Worldly? The Ones Who Read Newspapers

Insular tendencies among the public aren’t irregular — but America’s increasingly siloed media environment may present unique challenges for the country’s future → Read More

With Charles on the Throne, Many Younger Britons Say It’s Time to Move On From the Monarchy

Queen Elizabeth II enjoyed high approval among her subjects, but support for the monarchy’s continuing role in British government is lower among key demographics → Read More

U.S. Allies Trust the American Nuclear Umbrella, Even if They Hate Nuclear Weapons

Only in Spain do more people favor building their own weapons than relying on allied arsenals, but even there it’s still well short of a majority → Read More

E.U. Energy Integration Could Save Germany From Its Natural Gas Dilemma

Berlin may be in for some rough winters without access to cheap Russian natural gas, but the right policies could see it come out of the crisis more resilient → Read More

U.S. Standing in Japan and South Korea Slips After Pelosi’s Taiwan Trip

Views of the United States remain favorable overall, but Pelosi’s high-profile stop in Taiwan did little to reinforce America’s position with its East Asian allies → Read More