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Indians Believe in President Bush and the U.S.

Indian Journal, Posted: Jun 23, 2008

NEW YORKPresident George W. Bush's popularity ratings are low, but not for Indians recently surveyed by The Pew Research Center. Pew asked people in 16 nations to generally rate "five major countries" and governments for "favorability", reports India Journal. Of those surveyed, Indians alone expressed confidence in Bush's ability to lead. As India Journal noted, all other participants said he trailed "behind even former British Prime Minister Tony Blair." The U.S. topped the list of five countries as "a good country" for 71 percent of Indians polled, "up from 54 percent in 2002." Yet less than half - 38 percent - favored the United States as a land opportunity, India Journal said.



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