(CNN) - You think President Obama is popular? Take a look at how Americans feel about some of the countries he's just visited.
As he wraps up his first overseas trip since taking office, some of the countries on his itinerary are viewed favorably by an overwhelming majority of Americans, according to a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll released Tuesday.
Americans have very positive views of major U.S. allies. Topping the list is Great Britain, with nine in ten Americans holding a favorable view of the first country Obama visited on his current overseas swing. Japan and Germany get a positive rating from at least seven in ten Americans. France and Turkey, also visited by the president over the past few days, are also seen in a positive light.
Roughly seven in ten of those polled say they hold favorable views of Israel and India – a virtual mirror image of results for the Palestinian Authority, which draws an unfavorable rating of 71 percent, and Pakistan, which gets negative marks from 76 percent.
Mexico draws a favorable rating from a slim majority, with 52 percent holding positive views of the country and 46 percent a negative opinion.
As the Obama administration weighs easing some financial and travel restrictions on Cuba, six in ten Americans say they have an unfavorable view of the island nation. The public is split in their views of old Cold War enemies Russia and China, and Hugo Chavez-led Venezuela, with just over half holding negative views of those nations.
But they don't seem divided in their opinions on Iran and North Korea, two countries which have grabbed headlines in the first few months of Obama's presidency: both are viewed negatively by nine of ten Americans surveyed.
The survey included telephone interviews with 1,023 adult Americans conducted April 3-5. Most questions have a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percent.