By Mahita Gajanan

Voting patterns in TIME’s ongoing Person of the Year reader’s poll suggest that U.S. President-elect Donald Trump is seen as a relatively more influential figure among European participants than among those in the United States.

The poll asks readers to vote on whether the contenders deserve to be called the most influential person in the world, for better or worse, in 2016. According to data analyzed earlier this week by Apester, the poll’s host, the percentage of all “yes” votes that went to Trump was three percentage points higher in Europe than in the U.S.—even though more people voted for him overall in the U.S. than in Europe.

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