Monday, June 16, 2008

Bush - one of the world's least trusted leaders

WPO: "A new poll of 20 nations around the world finds that none of the national leaders on the world stage inspire wide confidence. US President George W. Bush is one of the least trusted leaders..."
Is anyone surprised? conducted the poll of 19,751 respondents in nations that comprise 60 percent of the world's population. This includes most of the largest nations--China, India, the United States, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Russia--as well as Mexico, Argentina, Britain, France, Spain, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Egypt, Jordan, Iran, Turkey, the Palestinian territories, South Korea and Thailand. Fielding was conducted between January 10 and May 6. The margins of error range from +/-2 to 4 percent

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


I sometimes wonder why you go to so much trouble to do these wonderful posts when there aren't a lot of comments. Then I realize that whether they comment or not a lot of folks read it. And the ne-clowns lurking in the shadows are having hissy fits because as they say of one's being sued for libel, "Truth is the best defense".