MACEDONIA FAVORS MCCAIN
If the whole world could vote for US president, Democrat Barrack Obama would win by a landslide, according to a survey that was part of a global poll.
The Economist has created a "Global Electoral College" in which readers in all of the world's 195 countries can cast votes on its website.
So far, Republican John McCain was preferred in Macedonia, Georgia and Andorra.
In the region, same as in other countries throughout the world, McCain has been leading in opinion polls. In Greece and Serbia, 91 percent of respondents said they would vote for Senator Obama.
So far, Senator Obama had tallied 8.455 global votes and Senator McCain 16 from Macedonia, Andorra and Georgia.
Mirroring the US Electoral College, candidates need to win 270 of a total of 538 votes to win the White House.
MD: Obama is under heavy influence of the Greek lobby in the Macedonian issue, so it's probably better for us, Macedonians if Mccain takes the victory.