Obama Scores Better than Dutch Politicians

American President Barack Obama is much more popular in the Netherlands than the country’s own political leaders. The current U.S. president, who assumed office just half a year ago, received a score of 7.4, which is almost one point higher than any Dutch politician has received since 2003. These results of the weekly Maurice de Hond poll were made public on Sunday.

The polling agency says the high score demonstrates Obama’s appeal to voters across the political spectrum, including those on the left as well as the right.

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