Pakistanis approve of U.S. leadership at a dizzying low of 4 percent, according to a new poll from Gallup released Thursday.
The percent of Pakistanis with a negative opinion of the U.S. leaderships now sits at a shocking 92 percent.
That's lowest approval rating U.S. leadership has recieved in the seven years Gallup has been asking the question.
Support for the United States peaked in mid-2011, shortly before U.S. forces killed Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Support has consistently declined as the targeting of militants located in Pakistan with drones has increased in frequency.
Here's a look at the sharp diversion from Gallup:Check out the full poll here >
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