According to a new Gallup poll, United States citizens truly love our neighbors to the north — in fact, in the company’s annual favorability ratings, 96 percent of Americans said they have a generally favorable view of Canada, while only three percent view it unfavorably.

So who else is in our good graces?

Australia and Great Britain, which respectively had 93 and 90 percent favorable ratings from Americans. Unsurprisingly, Afghanistan, North Korea and Iran are at the bottom of the rankings — they earned favorable ratings of 14, 13, and 10 percent.

“Iran is the least well-regarded country measure this year, with 10% of Americans viewing it favorably and 87% unfavorably,” Gallup wrote on its website. “Americans’ favorable ratings of Iran have been consistently low since Gallup’s first measurement with this question in 1989, mostly registering around 10% but with a range from 5% (in1989) to 17% (in 2004).”

Here’s the top 20 list — check out the full report for more.

2012 Favorability Toward Countries

1. Canada – 96 percent

2. Australia – 93 percent

3. Great Britain – 90 percent

4. Germany – 86 percent

5. Japan – 83 percent

6. France – 75 percent

7. India – 75 percent

8. Israel – 71 percent

9. Greece – 62 percent

10. Mexico – 51 percent

11. Russia – 50 percent

12. Egypt – 47 percent

13. Saudi Arabia – 42 percent

14. China – 41 percent

15. Cuba – 37 percent

16. Libya – 25 percent

17. Iraq – 24 percent

18. The Palestinian Authority – 19 percent

19. Syria – 17 percent

20. Pakistan – 15 percent

[Gallup]