Election result: The citizens' view

Citizen reporters around the world capture reactions to the US presidential election.


     Mexico 

    Canada

    Austria

    Germany

     Albania

    DRCongo

    S.Africa

    S.Africa

    Egypt

    India

    Malaysia

    Taiwan


    Citizen reporters from around the world have been capturing reactions to the US election in their countries, telling us who they would have voted for if they could and why this presidential race meant so much to them. Click on the pictures above to watch their intoductory videos or select from their other videos below.

     

    David Davila, Mexico
    05:00 GMT

    Suzanna Sash, Montreal
    05:00 GMT
    07:00 GMT
    08:00 GMT

    Flavia Abdurahaman, Vienna
    03:30 GMT

    Laura Fong, Berlin
    02:00 GMT
    04:00 GMT
    06:00 GMT

    Estela Ziu, Tirana
    03:00 GMT

    Walter Badibanga, Kinshasa
    Was unable to file for
    technical reasons

    Simon Tylor, Johannesburg
    Was unable to file for
    technical reasons

    Simon Makwela, Cape Town
    02:00 GMT
    04:00 GMT

    Nagwa El Sadaani, Cairo
    02:00 GMT          03:00 GMT
    05:00 GMT          07:00 GMT

    Vijaya Kumar, Bangalore
    03:30 GMT
    06:00 GMT
    07:00 GMT

    Zan Azlee, Kuala Lumpur
    05:00 GMT
    07:00 GMT

    James Tobayne, Taipei
    05:00 GMT 

        

               

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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