Americans on Africa January 29, 2003 Poll Shows American Public Supports Stronger Engagement With Africa Full Report Questionnaire Despite the fact that America’s conflicts with Iraq, North Korea and al-Qaeda have dominated headlines, the American public believes that the US should increase its engagement with Africa in a variety ofContinue Reading

U.S. Public Shows Growing Readiness to Disagree with President on Iraq January 17, 2003 Majority Sides With Security Council Members Calling for More Inspections Full Report Questionnaire In the run-up to the President’s State of the Union message, a new poll reveals that the American public is showing a growingContinue Reading

Large Israeli and Palestinian Majorities Indicate Readiness for Two-State Solution Based on 1967 Borders December 9, 2002 Less than One in Five Palestinians Aspire to State on all of Historic Palestine Full Report Questionnaire Search for Common Ground (SFCG), the world’s largest nongovernmental conflict-resolution organization, today released the results ofContinue Reading

The Potential for a Nonviolent Intifada August 28, 2002 Majority of Palestinians Would Support Non-Violent Protest Movement; Majority of Israeli Jews Believe Palestinians Have Legitimate Right To Seek State Full Report Questionnaire Two years into the Intifada, this groundbreaking survey reveals: –80% of Palestinians would support a large-scale non-violent protestContinue Reading

February 2, 2001 Full Report Questionnaire In 1995, the Program on International Policy Attitudes found that, while an overwhelming majority supported aid in principle, a majority wanted to cut it. However when asked to estimate how much of the budget was devoted to foreign aid, respondents vastly overestimated its size,Continue Reading