Germany Wins a Popularity Poll

Germany won a “Popularity Poll” in a vote: but it’s always important, WHO was asked and WHAT he was asked – and who conducted the survey. The survey was conducted by GlobeScan for the BBC and asked over 26,000 randomly selected people from 25 countries to rate 16 countries. Read more at :time newsfeed: Germany wins a popularity poll – Japan lost the first position …
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Maybe in Germany they try honestly to develop the idea of democracy with persistence. Sad that the European parliament is not strong enough to block actually the racism in Hungary. But on the other hand, the latest development in Turkey, fighting for a fair democracy via street protesters, criticizing their autocratically leader Erdogan’s style: maybe a result of the close connection to Germany … – so I’m missing: what’s about Turkey – or Syria …
The 16 countries were: Germany, Canada, the U.K., Japan, France, Brazil, the U.S., China, South Korea, South Africa, India, Russia, Israel, North Korea, Pakistan and Iran

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