Friday, October 24, 2008

If The World Could Vote . . .

A Gallup/Foreign Policy Poll

Questions Asked:
  • Who would you personally rather see elected President of the United States?
  • Do you think who's elected President of the United States makes a difference to your country or not?

Click images to expand (of course). Better yet, click here for interactive map.

The world does not understand why this election should even be close.

10 Moderated Comments:

Blogger DB Cooper said...

I wonder why they weren't able to get Israel polled?

10/24/2008 07:11:00 AM  
Blogger adynaton said...

Do they have maps for the previous election? I'm guessing the world would look pretty much the same against Bush overall.

10/24/2008 07:53:00 AM  
Blogger MacDaddy said...

I'm with the rest of the world. I don't understand why it should be close either. It's embarrassing.

10/24/2008 08:54:00 AM  
Blogger Boris said...

Cooper, good question. There should be 50 electoral votes at stake in Israel. It's a battleground state.

10/24/2008 09:23:00 AM  
Blogger Mariamariacuchita said...

I don't see much red on that map, except the embarrassed look on the Republican faces as the Mccain campaign degrades itself by finger-pointing and charges Palin with being a "rogue diva." Ooops, meltdown at McCain headquarters.

10/25/2008 07:09:00 PM  
Blogger Vigilante said...

At the U.N., Many Hope for an Obama Win. They're looking for a little multilateralism for a change.

10/26/2008 06:18:00 AM  
Blogger Soros' Proxy said...

John Vinocur, Obama's fans in Europe are in for a big surprise:

Clearly, Europeans like and believe Obama when he says that he cares about what others think and that America must listen to them.

But just as clearly there are reservations. America is a political and economic culture unto itself, and the CSA polling organization, which found 93 percent of the French would vote for Obama if they had the chance, also reported that the enthusiasm for him "doesn't reoccur when it comes to the United States."

93% of Frenchmen will not agree with what Obama does.

10/27/2008 06:15:00 AM  
Blogger LTE said...

334 former Foreign Service officers sign a Declaration of Support for Obama. How many support McCain?

10/27/2008 07:28:00 AM  
Blogger Stella said...

LOL, mariamariacuchita! You are absolutely right. If McCon wanted a woman in office, why not Kay Bailey Hutchinson or Elizabeth Dole? And a LMAO to boris, too.

Wait, I know the answer. So the Democrats would win. The more I see of Obama, the more I regret not voting for him in the primaries.

I love the deep blue of Scandinavia. This is great, macdaddy: I don't understand why it should be close either. It's embarrassing. Is that a perfect comment or what?

I can't believe it's almost time for the election.

10/29/2008 09:01:00 PM  
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10/29/2008 09:01:00 PM  

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