If the world could vote, Barack Obama would win by a landslide.
He'd take 78 percent of the vote in France, 72 percent in Germany, 70 percent in Canada and 61 percent in Japan, according to global newspaper polls and Harris Interactive, a market research firm in Rochester, N.Y.
Beneath those numbers, running parallel to Obama-mania, is a shifting global view of the United States.
One week before Election Day, the world is revising its opinion of America. After a drop of confidence in the...Full Story