2012 election: how the world would vote between Obama and Romney

Global preferences for Obama and Romney in the 2012 election, by country

2012 election: how the world would vote between Obama and Romney This survey shows the results of a worldwide poll about voting preferences in the upcoming 2012 elections in the United States. Respondents from 35 countries were asked for whom they would vote if they could vote in the U.S. election, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney. In 34 out of 35 countries the majority of respondents voted for Barack Obama. Only among Chinese respondents Mitt Romney got more votes than Obama.
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Global preferences for Obama and Romney in the 2012 election, by country

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ObamaRomney
Portugal94%6%
Belgium93%7%
Austria93%7%
Finland93%7%
Germany92%8%
Sweden90%10%
Brazil90%10%
France88%12%
Mexico88%12%
Indonesia87%13%
Italy87%13%
United Kingdom85%15%
Hong Kong85%15%
Costa Rica83%17%
Argentina83%17%
Canada83%17%
Spain82%18%
Singapore82%18%
Greece82%18%
Global total81%19%
Chile80%20%
Latin America79%21%
Middle East79%21%
Venezuela77%23%
Colombia77%23%
Peru75%25%
Japan75%25%
Turkey73%27%
Russia73%27%
Taiwan69%31%
South Africa68%32%
Thailand65%35%
India64%36%
Poland64%36%
Philippines62%38%
China48%52%
ObamaRomney
Portugal94%6%
Belgium93%7%
Austria93%7%
Finland93%7%
Germany92%8%
Sweden90%10%
Brazil90%10%
France88%12%
Mexico88%12%
Indonesia87%13%
Italy87%13%
United Kingdom85%15%
Hong Kong85%15%
Costa Rica83%17%
Argentina83%17%
Canada83%17%
Spain82%18%
Singapore82%18%
Greece82%18%
Global total81%19%
Chile80%20%
Latin America79%21%
Middle East79%21%
Venezuela77%23%
Colombia77%23%
Peru75%25%
Japan75%25%
Turkey73%27%
Russia73%27%
Taiwan69%31%
South Africa68%32%
Thailand65%35%
India64%36%
Poland64%36%
Philippines62%38%
China48%52%
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This survey shows the results of a worldwide poll about voting preferences in the upcoming 2012 elections in the United States. Respondents from 35 countries were asked for whom they would vote if they could vote in the U.S. election, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney. In 34 out of 35 countries the majority of respondents voted for Barack Obama. Only among Chinese respondents Mitt Romney got more votes than Obama.
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