Younger Australians wary of 'US meddling'

AUSTRALIA'S reputation as America's "deputy sheriff" in the region is entrenched despite the fall of the Howard government last year.

But in a sign that public attitudes are shifting at home, a poll to be released today shows younger Australians are more likely to see US meddling in the neighbourhood as a problem.

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