President Obama’s foreign policy ratings — and what Mitt Romney is trying to do about it

Mitt Romney’s overseas trip and a major address last month marked the Republican candidate’s biggest effort to date in the campaign to take on President Obama’s foreign policy. In so doing, Romney has (perhaps sensibly) focused his attacks on issues where Obama is weak, but avoided major international issues where Obama boasts strong support or where his specific policies are overwhelmingly popular. …

Below is a rundown of what Romney has said on a range of foreign policies, and how popular (or not) Obama’s approach to those policies has been. [cont.]

Scott Clement, Washington Post

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