According to DHL, the United States has a “depth of global connectedness” score of 18.18 (out of a possible score of 50), which makes the United States rank eighty-ninth out of one hundred forty countries ranked in that category. Hong Kong ranks first, with a score of 50.
According to the 2003 Pew Global Attitudes Project report, “Views of a Changing World,” 21% of Americans believe that global trade is “very good” for their country. This makes the U.S. rank thirty-sixth out of forty-four nations polled. Nigeria ranked first, with 67% of Nigerians believing that global trade is “very good” for their country. Interestingly, the top five countries are all in Africa.