World Publics Reject US Role as the World Leader April 17, 2007 Majorities Still Want US to Do Its Share in Multilateral Efforts, Not Withdraw from International Affairs Mixed Views on US Overseas Bases Full Report (PDF) Questionnaire (PDF) Methodology/Research Partners (PDF) A multinational poll finds that publics around the
Comparing Americans and Iraqis March 24, 2006 Surprising Agreement on US Military Presence, But Americans Have Numerous Misperceptions of Iraqis A WorldPublicOpinion.org poll of Iraqis conducted in January of this year provides the opportunity to compare Iraqi views to American views found in a March 2006 WPO poll.[Click here for more
January 31, 2006 Full Report Questionnaire/Methodology Though many Iraqis are unhappy with the presence of US-led forces, most express strong support for various forms of international assistance, including the presence of foreign security forces, UN (rather than US) leadership on reconstruction, an international conference of global and regional players to
U.S. Public Rejects Using Military Force to Promote Democracy September 29, 2005 Rejects Democratization as Rationale for Iraq War Full Report Questionnaire A new poll finds that a majority of Americans reject the idea of using military force to promote democracy. Only 35% favored using military force to overthrow dictators.
September 16, 2005 At the UN World Summit this week, a major focus of discussion will be an assessment of how the developed countries are doing in meeting the Millennium Developmental Goals agreed on in 2000. These call for meeting eight key development goals—such as reducing hunger by half, providing