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Polls: Obama would win a world vote, and might scrape home in the US too

A UPI/CVoter/Gallup poll of people in more than 30 countries shows U.S. President Barack Obama would win by 81% to 19% if they were allowed to vote in the U.S. election. The highest levels of support were in Iceland (98%), Netherlands, Portugal & Germany (97%), Ireland & Denmark (96%), and Switzerland, France and Finland (95%).

The only country showing majority support for Romney is Israel (65%), after which the highest support for Romney is in Pakistan (41%), Georgia (36%), Macedonia (30%), China (29%), Lebanon (26%), Iraq (20%) and India (19%).

Asked how much impact a US President has on their country,  63% said it was high or very high and 29% less than that with 9% not knowing.

The situation in the US is very different but the latest polls in the swing states – even before the latest Vice-Presidential debate in which Joe Biden trounced Paul Ryan – are still encouraging (according to Salon.com):

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