Latin Americans give U.S. President Barack Obama the highest approval rating for any leader in the region.
Obama is rated 6.3 on a scale of one to 10 in the survey conducted by the Chile-based Latinobarometro polling organization. He is closely followed by Brazilian President Dilma Rouseff at 6.
Latinobarometro polled 20,000 people in 18 Latin American countries. The leader with the worst mark is former Cuban President Fidel Castro at 4.1. Next lowest are Venezuela's Hugo Chavez and Nicaragua's Daniel Ortega, who tied at 4.4.
Bolivian President Evo Morales has 4.9 and Chilean leader Sebastian Pinera got 5.1.
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