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03 November 2004 @ 02:54 am
If the World could vote in this election.  
I participated in a global internet voting poll to see "If the World could vote in our election, who would they choose?" (I said I was from Switzerland! ^.^;)

Well, I got the results back.

Dear global voter,

You asked to receive the results of the global 2004 presidential election. Your vote was one of 113,552 votes from 191 countries (confirmed votes from countries other than the US only). The winner is John Kerry (Democrat) with 77.1% of votes.

The votes are as follows:

Candidate Votes Percentage
Kerry 87,446 77.1%
Bush 10,221 9.0%
Nader 7,622 6.7%
Cobb 4,347 3.8%
Brown 2,292 2.0%
Badnarik 1,279 1.1%
Peroutka 345 0.3%

The results have now been released to the media. Thank you for supporting our project, and may whichever candidate you voted for win on Tuesday!

For a more detailed technical breakdown of figures, click here

"Do you really think Americans care what you linguini-spined Europeans think about our election?" For encouraging feedback from US citizens, click here

Benrik Limited & Poke London

Oh, if only the World was the deciding factor. -__-
Current Mood: indescribableindescribable
Current Music: NBC on my computer
Orla: Aish sadladyorla on November 3rd, 2004 02:16 am (UTC)
Believe me, the world wishes the same thing... or at least the Kiwi part does. ^^;
Yuuki Hikari: Purple Rainyuukihikari on November 3rd, 2004 05:04 am (UTC)
All the beavers up north give the collective American population that voted for change a big sympathy hug.

Remember that moving to Canada is really easy ^_^
Nee-chan: Anybody But Bush 2004nee_chan on November 3rd, 2004 06:32 am (UTC)
Stop tempting my friend with your "Canadian" ways...I'd have to go with her -_-.

Side note: I voted for change....I'm in the military and do NOT want to word for twat Bush for four more years.