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Should the U.S. print more money (through the Fed) to increase funding to the IMF?

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Percentages
(%)
World Africa Asia Australia/Oceania Central America / Carribean Europe Middle East North America South America
Yes 21.75 31.82 28.45 25.00 0.00 35.71 48.00 14.36 0.00
No 69.95 59.09 60.34 64.29 100.00 58.57 44.00 77.78 100.00
Not Sure 8.29 9.09 11.21 10.71 0.00 5.71 8.00 7.86 0.00
Responses (%) 100.00 3.44 18.15 4.38 0.47 10.95 3.91 57.75 0.63
This survey was open from Dec 02, 2010 till Dec 30, 2010
 

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