Not in my experience, and I'm willing to bet I engage with more non-Americans on a regular basis that you do mate. We are loathed (and thats not too strong a word), even in our supposed "allies" in Europe, amongst the people, for our interventionism and millitary aggression. We are seen not as a beacon of light and freedom, but as a tyrant who uses the power of our weapons to force other countries to act and do as we determine they should, often unilaterally.
Reason eneough why we too should stay out of what is, frankly, none of our business, not of material national defense interest to the U.S., and an internal matter for the people of syria to decide on (or die for). I've yet to hear a single reasonable, rational, valid reason why the United States has a right, or a need, to launch a preemptive war on Syria in defense of Islamic radical and AQ "Rebels" against the Tyrant in control.
Let me know if you come up with one.