WIN-GIA Releases Global Poll on U.S. Presidential Election
KABUL, Afghanistan, October 21, 2016 – WIN/Gallup International released the results of its Global Survey on the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election, a global study of 44,194 people, in 45 countries between August and September 2016. ACSOR-Surveys conducted fieldwork in Afghanistan. The nationally representative survey consisted of 1,786 face-to-face interviews in all 34 provinces of Afghanistan. Respondents were both men (51%) and women (49%), aged 18 and over. Data was weighted to reflect population estimates.
Overall, 61% of Afghans say they would vote for Hillary Clinton if they could vote in the U.S. Election, while 22% would vote for Donald Trump. Seventeen percent did not know or gave no response. Seventy-four percent of Afghans feel that the U.S. election will have a very high or high impact on their country, while 23% feel it will have a small impact or no impact. These results are in line with those from the West Asian region, in which 61% support Clinton and 19% support Trump. Worldwide, 59% of respondents would vote for Clinton if they could, while 25% would vote for Trump.
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