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1 nov
1 dec
1 jan
1 feb
1 mar
Bangladesh
17,5%
14,6%
15,8%
15,3%
14,5%
Brazil
6,1%
5,3%
5,1%
4,7%
4,7%
China
2,2%
3,1%
3,3%
3,4%
3,3%
EU
4,8%
4,2%
4,0%
5,1%
5,7%
India
9,6%
9,6%
10,5%
11,5%
11,3%
Indonesia
5,7%
5,0%
5,1%
5,0%
5,4%
Japan
3,5%
2,5%
2,2%
2,3%
2,1%
Mexico
6,6%
6,1%
6,7%
6,7%
7,1%
Nigeria
2,6%
3,3%
3,3%
3,0%
2,8%
Pakistan
13,1%
11,6%
10,4%
9,7%
9,6%
Russia
12,2%
13,7%
14,1%
13,2%
13,6%
USA
11,8%
17,2%
15,9%
15,8%
16,0%
           
Against all
4,4%
3,8%
3,7%
4,2%
4,0%
           
Total
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
April - July 2013
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1 apr
1 ma
1 jun
1 jul
trends
Bangladesh
15,0%
13,9%
13,4%
12,8%
Brazil
4,6%
4,4%
4,3%
4,4%
China
3,3%
3,1%
3,0%
3,0%
EU
6,1%
6,2%
6,0%
5,6%
India
11,2%
10,8%
10,2%
9,9%
Indonesia
5,4%
4,9%
4,7%
4,5%
Japan
1,9%
1,9%
1,8%
1,8%
Mexico
7,2%
6,9%
6,9%
6,8%
Nigeria
2,6%
2,4%
2,5%
3,1%
Pakistan
9,6%
10,8%
12,0%
12,0%
Russia
13,3%
12,9%
13,1%
13,5%
USA
15,6%
17,7%
18,0%
19,0%
       
Against all
4,2%
4,0%
4,0%
3,8%
       
 
Total
100%
100%
100%
 
Aug - Nov 2013
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1 aug
1 sep
1 oct
1 nov
trends
Bangladesh
12,4%
11,8%
11,4%
10,8%
Brazil
4,7%
5,1%
5,3%
6,9%
China
2,9%
2,8%
2,7%
2,7%
EU
5,6%
5,5%
5,4%
5,3%
India
10,0%
10,4%
10,5%
10,3%
Indonesia
4,3%
4,3%
4,1%
3,9%
Japan
1,7%
1,6%
1,5%
1,5%
Mexico
6,5%
6,4%
6,5%
6,3%
Nigeria
3,3%
3,2%
3,2%
3,0%
Pakistan
12,3%
12,4%
12,5%
12,6%
Russia
13,2%
13,0%
13,0%
12,8%
USA
19,1%
19,6%
20,2%
20,4%
         
Against all
3,9%
3,8%
3,6%
3,4%
           
Total
100%
100%
100%
100%
 

Dec, 2013 - Jan, 2014
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1 dec
10 jan
2 fev
9 march
trends
Bangladesh
10,6%
10,6%
9,4%
8,3%
Brazil
6,9%
7,2%
6,7%
6,1%
China
2,7%
2,6%
2,3%
2,0%
EU
5,1%
5,0%
4,5%
4,5%
India
10,5%
10,5%
9,4%
8,3%
Indonesia
3,7%
3,6%
3,1%
3,3%
Japan
1,6%
1,6%
1,4%
1,2%
Mexico
6,3%
6,3%
5,6%
4,9%
Nigeria
3,0%
3,0%
2,7%
2,4%
Pakistan
12,9%
13,1%
11,8%
10,4%
Russia
12,9%
13,9%
21,6%
29,1%
USA
20,4%
19,3%
18,6%
16,8%
   
 
Against all
3,4%
3,3%
3,0%
2,7%
   
   
Total
100%
100%
100%
100%
 

Apr, 2014 - Jule, 2014
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3 apr
1 may
1 june
1 jule
trends
Bangladesh
8,2%
7,9%
7,7%
7,5%
Brazil
6,0%
6,0%
6,3%
6,6%
China
1,9%
1,9%
1,8%
1,8%
EU
4,6%
4,8%
5,0%
5,0%
India
8,1%
7,8%
7,5%
7,3%
Indonesia
3,9%
3,9%
3,8%
3,8%
Japan
1,2%
1,2%
1,2%
1,2%
Mexico
4,8%
4,6%
4,5%
4,4%
Nigeria
2,4%
2,4%
2,3%
2,2%
Pakistan
10,0%
9,8%
9,5%
9,3%
Russia
29,8%
31,0%
32,0%
32,4%
USA
16,4%
16,1%
16,0%
16,0%
         
Against all
2,7%
2,6%
2,5%
2,5%
           
Total
100%
100%
100%
100%  


Aug, 2014 - Nov, 2014
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15 aug
1 sep
5 oct
1 nov
trends
Bangladesh
7,4%
7,3%
7,2%
7,1%
Brazil
7,2%
7,5%
7,8%
8,4%
China
1,8%
1,7%
1,7%
1,7%
EU
5,1%
5,1%
5,1%
5,1%
India
7,1%
7,1%
7,0%
6,9%
Indonesia
3,7%
3,6%
3,5%
3,4%
Japan
1,2%
1,2%
1,2%
1,1%
Mexico
4,3%
4,3%
4,3%
4,1%
Nigeria
2,2%
2,2%
2,1%
2,1%
Pakistan
9,3%
9,5%
9,5%
9,5%
Russia
32,5%
32,4%
32,5%
32,5%
USA
15,8%
15,7%
15,8%
15,6%
         
Against all
2,5%
2,5%
2,4%
2,4%
           
Total
100%
100%
100%
100%  

Dec, 2014 - Apr, 2015
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1 dec
1 feb
1 mar
1 apr
trends
Bangladesh
7,4%
7,7%
7,5%
7,5%
Brazil
8,4%
8,3%
8,5%
8,7%
China
1,7%
1,9%
1,7%
1,7%
EU
5,2%
5,0%
5,2%
5,2%
India
6,7%
6,9%
6,8%
6,7%
Indonesia
3,4%
3,2%
3,3%
3,2%
Japan
1,1%
1,2%
1,1%
1,2%
Mexico
4,1%
4,0%
4,1%
4,0%
Nigeria
2,1%
2,3%
2,1%
2,1%
Pakistan
9,4%
9,4%
9,6%
9,6%
Russia
32,7%
28,6%
22,6%
19,9%
USA
15,4%
19,0%
25,0%
27,5%
     
Against all
2,4%
2,5%
2,5%
2,6%
     
 
Total
100%
100%
100%
100%
 

 

News.

05 Oct 2014

Trends are still stabilized.

01 Sep 2014

Trends are still stabilized.

04 July 2014

Trends stabilized.

07 June 2014

Russia continues to gain voices and that's all news folks.

02 May 2014

Russia continues to gain voices and that's all news folks.

03 apr 2014

EU, Indonesia and Russia have gained voices last month.

09 March 2014

In short, Russia rushed.

02 Fev 2014

This is insane and inexplicable, but for the past month, all countries have lost voices, except Russia. Russia has risen by almost 8% and dramatically moved to the first place. The USA was on the first place for the whole year. And today abruptly collapsed to the second place, losing 1%. Pakistan has lost the most number of voices in January.

10 Jan 2014

The US unexpectedly lost 1 percent, and Russia gained it.

11 Dec 1013

means "no changes". Almost nothing has changed since November, but Pakistan catched up Russia. Now they share the second place. And India is the third now, which happened for the first time. Each fifth human wants the US leads the world. Each eighth votes for Pakistan or Russia and each tenth chooses India. That is, more than half of the Earth population prefers these four countries. They could put together triumvirate plus one of the Earth Government.

1 Nov 2013

Brazil rushed forward. The U.S. continues to gain votes. Pakistan slightly increased the percentage. All the others are losing votes. Bangladesh fell the most.

1 Jule 2013

Who votes for Russia:

Russia - 53.01%
Germany - 4.91%
USA - 4.75%
Ukraine - 4.27%
Spain - 2.22%
Belarus - 2.06%
Kazakhstan - 1.58%
Brazil - 1.47%
India - 1.37%
Others - 24.37%

Who votes for the US:

USA - 35.58%
Russia - 9.32%
Germany - 5.84%
United Kingdom - 4.38%
Italy - 2.58%
Brazil - 2.18%
France - 2.08%
Spain - 1.85%
Netherlands - 1.75%
Others - 34.46%

1 Jule 2013

Ok, you see trend arrows and voting progress. Russia is the second now. But the US seems to be unreachable, adding the whole one percentage per month.

5 June 2013

If the inhabitants of the earth voted today for the country, which should rule the world, 12% choose Pakistan. What is the distribution of votes among the countries which vote for Pakistan?

Who would vote for Pakistan (12% among 13 countries. 4th place):

Pakistan - 44.53%
Saudi Arabia - 11.34%
United Kingdom - 5.26%
UAE - 5.06%
USA - 4.05%
India - 2.63%
Russia - 2.63%
Kuwait - 2.43%
Germany - 2.23%
Others - 19.84%

1 June 2013

Thanks to our pointers in the table you see trends yourself. The percentage of Pakistan voters is growing and India has fallen dramatically. United States is the leader. A fifth of the electorate votes for the US.

Since we have collected huge statistical data, let us better tell who votes for the United States. And in the future will tell who votes for other countries. Next statistics will be for Pakistan. Dont miss. Stay tuned. Follow us on Twitter.


Who votes for the United States


USA - 37.57%

Germany - 6.15%

Russia - 6.01%

United Kingdom - 4.23%

Italy - 2.60%

France - 2.46%

Brazil - 2.19%

Netherlands - 2.05%

Spain - 1.91%

Others - 34.84%

8 May 2013

May. Pakistan and India, which is symbolic, have the same number of votes. Bangladesh lost a lot. U.S. and Pakistan rushed up. Japan is permanent outsider.

3 Apr 2013

You can compare the results of February and March. Almost nothing has changed. We have added a trend arrows for clarity.

2 March 2013

So what are the trends here in our social project?

Three leaders: USA, Russia, Bangladesh - remains the same, and it seems, will remain until the end of the election. Mexico just a little, slowly, gaining scores. Pakistan loses much interest. A month later this country will leave the top five. Points scored noticeably by EU. Bangladesh is gradually losing points. The following month, Russia will be ahead, apparently, Bangladesh. Japan takes more to outsiders. And Brazil is losing interest.

But, of course, at any moment everything can change radically. If, say, the Japanese suddenly activated and 10,000 people will vote for Japan. And that goes for any country.

14 jan 2013

Pakistan lagged behind the India by more than 1 percent. 3 months ago, Pakistan had 13.1% of the votes. A month later - 11.6%, in a month - 10.4%, then - 10.3%. And now - 10%.
And Japan is the most unwanted candidate at this moment. Perhaps because today in this country lives unpunished cannibal? Who, during his studies in France killed and ate student from Holland.

26 dec 2012

We have some news! India surpassed Pakistan! And Bangladesh is almost overtaken the U.S.!

15 dec 2012

Bangladesh has again started to gain votes and almost overtook the United States. Russia is gaining votes too. Also, the percentage of India will soon be over a 10%. The U.S. is losing interest, but it is not critical for now.

2 dec 2012

U.S. is almost unreachable leader. And Bangladesh started gainingthe votes again.

28 nov 2012

Russia almost overtook Bangladesh.

19 nov 2012

Voters for the U.S. seems relaxed, and the country began to lose interest. The same happened with Bangladesh, which two weeks ranked first. If the trend continues, then a week later Russia will take first place.
Also, India has good growth.

13 nov 2012

Russia goes to White Castle. It is difficult to predict, but at a pace, after a week, Russia will ahead of Pakistan and firmly entrench in third place. Or Pakistan fans will vote more active.

12 nov 2012

Today Russia ranks third, ahead of Pakistan. Until these countries shared the third place.

Россия вышла на третье место сегодня.

10 nov 2012

Well. The United States took the lead today. Bangladesh is the second. Russia is the third.

9 nov 2012

The U.S. and Bangladesh: 3rd day go side by side.

8 nov 2012

The U.S. and Bangladesh are still share the first place. Amazingly: the same number of people vote for both candidates.

7 nov 2012

The 17th day of the presidential race. U.S. suddenly rushed forward and caught up with Bangladesh, sharing with this country the first place today.

3 nov 2012

It`s time to make bets. A week ago we were sure, that Pakistan can reach first place within nearest days. But today Pakistan even left second.
The U.S. and Russia are sharing (again) the second place. The fight is not only increasing, but also shows the actual events of the world.

2 nov 2012

Oh, Russia has ranked second today. Unexpectedly.
Who votes for Russia: Russia - 56.25%. And also: Germany, Azerbaijan, Burkina Faso, Cote d'Ivoire, Spain, the Republic of Korea, Lithuania, Serbia.

1 nov 2012

2 news. First, Bangladesh again pulled far ahead. Second, Russia overtook the U.S. and ranked third by 1 nov.

31 oct 2012

Today, friends, we will tell you who votes for the European Union and India.
EU (top 10 in descending order): Spain, USA, Brazil, Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, Hungary, Republic of Korea, Sweden, Slovakia.
India: India itself - 80.95%. And also: United Arab Emirates, South Korea, Kuwait, Singapore.

Pakistan, the U.S. and Russia is rapidly catching up with Bangladesh. If the trend continues, Pakistan will be in a week in the first place.
China, Japan and Nigeria are still outsiders.

29 oct 2012

The information which countries vote for a particular country, is not available to users, unlike the information on the number of downloads. We are going to tell it here. Today we will tell you about those who vote for Bangladesh and Brazil.
Brazil: 64.29% - Brazilians. As well as: Argentina, South Korea, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, Burkina Faso.
Bangladesh: 21.88% - Bangladesh itself, Saudi Arabia - 18.75%, Malaysia - 9.38%, Brazil - 6.25%. And also: USA, UAE, Canada, Cote d'Ivoire, China. The remaining 19% - other.

Well. Bangladesh has lost nearly 2 percent for the day. The situation is gradually equalized. While the current trend, by the end of the week Pakistan will take first place, and the U.S. will be on the second place.

26 oct 2012

For now these countries have to be the most unpopular presidential candidates: Japan, Nigeria, China. Even "against all / other" has more votes. What the next week will show?

24 oct 2012

One week passed. It`s look like the aliens will negotiate with goverment of Bangladesh.

So, it is forming strong trend. Bangladesh takes the first place, then Pakistan, then the United States, and then Russia. But China has surprised, occupying the last place. We were sure to see this country, if not the first, but at least in the top three.

23 oct 2012

Bangladesh is increasingly breaks away from the rest. Of the 13 candidates this country receives more than a fifth of the votes.

20 oct 2012

1. China and Nigeria joined the presidential race.
2. Bangladesh ousted Paksitan from the first place.
3. Russia and the United States both take the third place.

Also curious as to what countries vote for the leaders. For example, Pakistan is actively vote for Bangladesh. No any american has voted for US. Russians vote for Russia. And Serbs vote for Russia. Russians, Korean and Japanese vote for Japan. Actually, a lot of interesting data. Nigeria and Cote de Ivoire vote for Nigeria. Brazilians and British vote for Brazil.