Various polls specify that majority of people outside of the U.S. would vote for Barack Obama if they had the chance to vote for the U.S president on Tuesday.
The poll that included more than 570,000 people across the globe reveals that only 9 percent of non-Americans prefer Romney, and in 20 out of 21 countries voters would chose Obama.
The research conducted across 36 countries outside the US, revealed 81 per cent were in favor of Obama spending another four years in office.And only 19 per cent preferred his Republican challenger Mitt Romney, according to the findings from MSN.
The only country that would prefer Romney as the next President was China with 52 per cent of people voting in his favor.
GlobeScan Director of Global Insights Sam Mountford explains:
“While the presidential race in America looks like it's going down to the wire, global public opinion appears to be firmly behind Barack Obama’s re-election — even if two in five express no preference between the two candidates.”