June 30, 2005 Americans Support U.S. and G-8 Countries Committing to Spend 0.7% GDP on World Poverty Full Report Questionnaire A major focus of the upcoming G-8 Summit of the major industrial powers will be several ideas for addressing world poverty, especially in Africa. A new PIPA-Knowledge Networks poll ofContinue Reading

June 29, 2005 Full Report Questionnaire While the leaders of African countries have shown strong resistance to non-African forces intervening in the crisis in Darfur, a GlobeScan poll finds that in eight African countries surveyed a majority (7 countries) or a plurality (1 country) believe the UN should have theContinue Reading

June 25, 2004 Majority Willing to Accept Increased Costs of $15 a Month Full Report Questionnaire Eighty-one percent of Americans polled said that they support the targets of the legislation commonly known as the McCain-Lieberman legislation or the Climate Stewardship Act, which calls for large companies to reduce their emissionsContinue Reading

June 16, 2004 Questionnaire Africans have a very favorable view of globalization, including foreign companies coming into their countries, and have a positive view of the influence of the United States. At the same time they feel they are not being treated fairly by rich countries in trade negotiations. StrongContinue Reading

Americans on North Korea February 24, 2003 US Poll Finds If Diplomacy Fails With N. Korea, Only a Minority Supports Moving Toward Military Action If S. Korea Opposed Questionnaire Following up on the PIPA/KN January poll that found a very large majority in favor of the US negotiating with NorthContinue Reading