International Poll: Most Publics–including Americans–Oppose Taking Sides in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict July 1, 2008 Israeli, Palestinian, American and Arab Leaders All Get Low Marks On Efforts to Resolve Conflict Most Favor UN Playing Robust Role in Peace Enforcement Country-by-Country Summaries (PDF) Questionnaire/methodology (PDF) Press Release (PDF) Full PDF Version A newContinue Reading

Nine-Country Poll Finds Europeans and Americans Desire Closer Relations March 18, 2008 Transatlantic Cooperation Seen as Inadequate on Issues from Poverty to Climate Change to Immigration British Council-Sponsored Research Finds Widespread Agreement on Priorities for Cooperation Full Report (PDF) A poll of seven European countries, Canada, and the United StatesContinue Reading

Large Majorities of Americans and Russians Oppose All Space Weapons January 23, 2008 Strong Bipartisan Support for Unilateral Restraint Large Majorities Favor Treaty Against Attacking or Developing the Capability to Attack Satellites Full Report (PDF) Questionnaire / Methodology (PDF) Related article in Arms Control Today authored by the principal researchersContinue Reading

World Publics See European Union as a “Positive Influence” March 21, 2007 Most would like to See Europe Grow More Influential than the U.S. The European Union celebrates its 50th birthday March 25 with its members embroiled in controversies over enlargement, a proposed constitution and how to create jobs whileContinue Reading