If the whole world could vote in the US election, Barack Obama would win by a landslide:
But there's one important outlier: Pakistan – the place where Obama has dramatically increased drone strikes over the past four years.
The attacks by these robot weapons have killed hundreds of children and innocent civilians and have been widely condemned. Pakistan's preference for Mitt Romney is no doubt a reflection of anger at this horrifying reality. In the country's north-west, terrified citizens are forced to live unsure whether or when death will rain down from above.
Romney has endorsed the drone programme and praised the administration for the strikes, but as it was the Obama administration that dramatically scaled up this terrible new form of warfare – and Obama who takes personal responsibility for the "kill list" – little surprise that the "hope" and "change" candidate gets a frosty reception in this part of the world.
If you could vote (or indeed if you are voting), does the Obama administration's drone programme affect your decision? Let us know in the comments below.
Sources: Avaaz, Huffington Post, Washington Post