I saw a graphic like this recently — in which it showed all of the world except the U.S. in a “gray color” labeled “Supports Obama.”
And then the continental U.S., Alaska and Hawaii were labeled “undecided.”
Here is a new take at IftheWorldCouldVote.com on how Obama is more enthusiastically embraced globally than by John McCain.
A more serious effort measuring global attitudes about McCain and Obama was actually part of a release done some time ago by the Pew Global Attitudes Survey and Bruce Stokes.
— Steve Clemons