This is from a poll done by The Guardian. The same survey was also carried out by leading newspapers in Canada, Mexico and Israel.

The survey also asked whether people thought it was right to invade Iraq.

Israel: 34% said no (59% said yes) 

Britain: 71% said no.

Mexico: 89% said no.

Canada: 73% said no

Here is how the research was done.

ICM interviewed a random sample of 1,010 adults by telephone from October 27-30. Interviews were conducted across the country and the results have been weighted to the profile of all adults. Polling was by phone in Canada (sample 1,007), Israel (1,078) and Mexico (1,010).

I am always fascinated by how much of a symbol of hate George W. has become globally. I think Washington has failed outside the U.S to manipulate the Bush “Brand” into something positive.

In my opinion, this will be seen as the biggest failure of the current administration in years to come because the U.S is clearly losing the media and information war outside of its own borders. The media is creating new extremists at a faster rate than the military could ever hope to stop.

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