Here's part of the latest:
At least seven in 10 in France, Germany and Spain said they have an unfavorable view of President Bush. Just over half of the French and Germans said they have an unfavorable view of Americans in general, and about half of Spaniards felt that way.
Especially inclined to have an unfavorable opinion of Bush in those countries were people between ages 18 and 24. A majority of all respondents in France, Germany and Spain said they were disappointed that Bush won a second four-year term, defeating Democrat John Kerry.
Spend some time in any of these countries and you'll realize quickly that the last group we want to be in agreement with are 18-24 year olds in France, Germany or Spain. I'd rather focus on winning over the youth of Ukraine, Poland, Slovakia, etc., the future of Europe.