... Obama is preferred over Mitt Romney in 31 out of 32 countries in the UPI poll and 20 out of 21 countries in another BBC World Service/GlobeScan/PIPA survey. Fifty-one percent of respondents in the UPI poll said they would cast a ballot for Obama ...
... There is really only one red (foreign) state in this election, and it's Israel. In a poll conducted by the Israel Democracy Institute and Tel Aviv University last week, 52 percent of Israelis said a Romney win would be preferable for Israeli interests, compared with 25 percent who said the same about Obama. The divide was starker among Jewish Israelis, who backed Romney by a 57-22 margin, with support for the GOP candidate strongest among right-wingers. A plurality of Arab Israelis, by contrast, favored Obama (45 percent) over Romney (15 percent). ...Note that Canada, Britain and Australia are solid blue Obama groupies.
Polls that claim that a thumping majority of Canadians would vote for President Obama in today’s reportedly knife-edge U.S. election suggest either a badly broken polling process, or that the locals have taken leave of their senses....With Obama as the Dem candidate, I think the latter is most likely.