A recent study taken within the G8 economic nations found that travelers from outside the United States are avoiding the U.S. because of their opposition to its foreign policy. The poll, taken by independent market researcher GMI Inc. of Mercer Island, Wash., surveyed 8,000 people from the eight countries, and it found that 55 percent of Japanese, 36 percent of Germans, and 32 percent of French are less likely to travel to the United States because of its foreign policies. This sentiment ...

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