The U.S. presidential campaign is in the home stretch. President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, have finished their nationally televised debates and made their final appeals to voters. The polls in America are tight and ever-changing; check out Real Clear Politics for a round up of the latest polls and polling averages.
What does the world think, though? The BBC released a poll on this last week:
An average of 50% favoured Mr Obama, with 9% for Mr Romney, in the survey of 21,797 people in 21 countries.
Only Pakistan's respondents said they would prefer to see Mr Romney win November's election.
France was the most strongly pro-Obama (72%).
What do you think?