When looking at the above chart I cannot but help to think about why some of the countries are the way they are
Kenya: Romney gets his most support in Kenya, where Obama's father was a native Luo. I assume that Romney's support is based on a combination of some anti-Luo feeling among other tribes but probably more due to the fact Obama partially hurt his popularity in Kenya by massively cutting anti-AIDS programs started by President George W Bush.
Poland: The legacy of Republican-Polish relations from the Cold War still continues but Obama's policy still resonate well in a country that, while rejecting hard socialism, still is skeptical towards capitalism.
Pakistan: The only country Romney actually wins. Pakistanis really, truly, utterly hate the CIA drone program to the point Romney's 15-some points floats him to the top. Obama's 12 percent is probably the size of what is left of Pakistan's liberal population.
France and Spain: These two countries' population are truly upset at anything relating to fiscal restraint and it shows.