Андрей Илларионов (aillarionov) wrote,
Андрей Илларионов
aillarionov

Трудности перевода


Путин обогнал Буша и Саркози
Российский премьер занял второе место в списке самых популярных политиков
http://www.kp.ru/daily/24115/338296/

World Poll Finds Global Leadership Vacuum
Bush Widely Mistrusted, But No Other Leader Does Much Better
Only UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon Gets Moderately Positive Ratings

Eleven publics have a negative view of Putin while just five are positive and three are divided. On average 32 percent express confidence in Putin--one of the highest positive ratings--but a larger 48 percent do not. No region has predominantly positive views on Putin's global leadership.
Putin appears to have become a divisive figure.

http://www.worldpublicopinion.org/pipa/articles/home_page/488.php?nid=&id=&pnt=488&lb=


Рейтинг доверия известным политикам опубликовала в понедельник Всемирная ассоциация по изучению общественного мнения World Public Opinion. Эксперты опросили почти 20 тысяч человек в 20 странах и составили восьмерку самых популярных лидеров. Список возглавил генсек ООН Пан Ги Мун - он получил 35% голосов. Российский премьер Владимир Путин занял почетную вторую строчку с результатом 32%.

РЕЙТИНГ ДОВЕРИЯ

Генсек ООН Пан Ги Мун -  35%
Премьер-министр России Владимир Путин -  32%
Премьер-министр Великобритании Гордон Браун -  30%
Председатель КНР Ху Цзиньтао -  28%
Президент Франции Николя Саркози -  26%
Президент США Джордж Буш -  23%
Президент Ирана Махмуд Ахмадинежад -  22%
Президент Пакистана Первез Мушарраф -  18%

Весь текст: http://www.kp.ru/daily/24115/338296/

A new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll of 20 nations around the world finds that none of the national leaders on the world stage inspire wide confidence. While US President George W. Bush is one of the least trusted leaders, no other leader--including China's Hu Jintao and Russia's Vladimir Putin--has gained a broad international base of support...

Only UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon received largely positive ratings in a worldwide poll that asked respondents whether they trusted international leaders "to do the right thing regarding world affairs."...

Vladimir Putin remains popular inside Russia as he makes the transition from president to prime minister but he has not emerged as an attractive world leader. Eleven publics have a negative view of Putin while just five are positive and three are divided. On average 32 percent express confidence in Putin--one of the highest positive ratings--but a larger 48 percent do not. No region has predominantly positive views on Putin's global leadership.

Putin appears to have become a divisive figure. Although his ratings have improved slightly since a 2007 poll by the Pew Global Attitudes Project, the large positive movement in certain countries--such as China, where Putin's ratings are up 17 points--is balanced by negative movement in others--such as the United States, where his ratings are down 21 points.

Весь текст: http://www.worldpublicopinion.org/pipa/articles/home_page/488.php?nid=&id=&pnt=488&lb=
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