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Topic - S. Robert Lichter
There is talk that his hair is speckled with worrisome gray and that the daily tide of public opinion polls is a welter of White House negativity. Though the hope-and-change era appears to have waned in the U.S., it's still bright elsewhere, apparently.
"The differences in tone partly reflect the different focus of news about the U.S. government in different parts of the world. In addition, coverage of Mr. Obama's personality and character were covered more positively abroad than at home," Mr. Lichter adds.