Review of Polling Finds International and American Support for World Order Based on International Law, Stronger UN December 15, 2011 Public Opinion on Global Issues homepage Newly updated digests of American and international public opinion polls reveal substantial consensus on concepts of world order. Large majorities support a world orderContinue Reading

Two-thirds of Iranians Ready to Preclude Developing Nuclear Weapons in Exchange for Lifting Sanctions September 22, 2009 But Most Unwilling to Give Up Enrichment Despite Sanctions Questionnaire with Findings, Methodology (PDF) A new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll finds that two-thirds of Iranians would favor their government precluding the development of nuclear weaponsContinue Reading

Global Poll Finds Widespread Belief that Afghans Want NATO Forces Out July 23, 2009 Questionnaire/Methodology (PDF) A new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll of nations around the world finds that most publics polled believe that the Afghan people want NATO forces to leave Afghanistan now. On average 53 percent have this belief, whileContinue Reading

People in Muslim Nations Conflicted About UN December 2, 2008 Favor More Active UN With Broader Powers, But See US Domination and Failure to Deal With Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Questionnaire/Methodology (PDF) Press Release (PDF) A poll of seven majority Muslim nations finds people conflicted about the United Nations. On one handContinue Reading

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