A New Lens on Pakistan January 18, 2008 By Steven Kull This article was originally published on PostGlobal. It can be found here on their site. A recent poll of the Pakistani public reveals the distortions in the lens through which many Americans view the events in the Muslim world.
Pakistanis Want Larger Role for Both Islam and Democracy January 4, 2008 Majority Reject Talibanization and Favor Reform of Madrassas Growing Perception that US Threatens Islam Full Report (PDF) Questionnaire / Methodology (PDF) USIP Working Paper An in-depth survey of Pakistani public opinion reveals majority support for a moderate and
Less than Half of Pakistani Public Supports Attacking Al Qaeda, Cracking Down on Fundamentalists October 31, 2007 Questionnaire/Methodology (PDF) Pakistanis show only weak support for using force against Islamic militants and overwhelmingly oppose allowing outside forces to combat al Qaeda on Pakistani territory. Just 44 percent of urban Pakistanis favor
Negative Attitudes toward the United States in the Muslim World: Do They Matter? May 17, 2007 Testimony of Dr. Steven Kull Director, Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA), University of Maryland Editor, WorldPublicOpinion.org May 17, 2007 – 2:00 PM Before House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on International Organizations, Human
Muslims Believe US Seeks to Undermine Islam April 24, 2007 Majorities Want US Forces Out of Islamic Countries And Approve of Attacks on US Troops Large Majorities Agree With Many Goals of Al Qaeda But Oppose Attacks on Civilians Most Support Enhancing Role of Islam in Their Society, But Also