You make virtual sense referencing "an online pollster". Now, back to the real world....<quoted text>
As Germany’s elections approach, one politician has emerged to give Chancellor Angela Merkel a run for her money in the polls.
Well, sort of.
In a theoretical German election, President Obama, it appears, handily would defeat Mrs. Merkel.
“If Obama could run for election in Germany, he would become our next chancellor,” said Andreas Sperling, CEO of YouGov Germany, an online pollster.
After revelations that the National Security Agency was spying on foreigners here, YouGov conducted a poll that found Mr. Obama still remains the most popular politician in Germany. People here may be upset about the spying allegations — but, apparently, not enough to change their minds.
Three out of four Germans said Mr. Obama gives the United States a good image internationally, according to the poll, while 65 percent said they would vote for him if they could.
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when you make assertions try not to use right wing rhetoric as a source.
The fact is, Obama was a deadbeat draw the last time he went to Germany. Apparently, Germans are aware of how much of an ignorant buffoon Obama is after having his pants pulled down in front of the world and spanked by Putin... multiple times.