Americans on Terrorism Two Years After 9/11 September 9, 2003 War on Terrorism Has Not Made Public Feel Safer Full Report Questionnaire Two years after September 11, despite the various high-profile efforts of the war on terrorism, 76% of Americans say that over the last two years they have notContinue Reading

Americans on Iran July 31, 2003 US Public Opposes War With Iran Full Report Questionnaire A new PIPA/Knowledge Networks poll and an analysis of polling from other organizations reveal that a large majority opposes going to war with Iran. At the same time a majority would consider using limited militaryContinue Reading

Americans on U.S. Role in the World After the Iraq War April 29, 2003 While Strongly Endorsing the Iraq War, Public Rejects a New U.S. Role Marked By Unilateral and Military Approaches Full Report Questionnaire A new PIPA/Knowledge Networks poll finds that, while strongly endorsing the war with Iraq, theContinue Reading

Americans on the Iraq War and the Future of the U.N. March 31, 2003 Public Rallies Behind President on Iraq But Still Wants Major Role for United Nations Full Report Questionnaire Comments by Steven Kull at the National Press Club A new PIPA/Knowledge Networks poll finds that a strong majorityContinue Reading