Americans on North Korea February 24, 2003 US Poll Finds If Diplomacy Fails With N. Korea, Only a Minority Supports Moving Toward Military Action If S. Korea Opposed Questionnaire Following up on the PIPA/KN January poll that found a very large majority in favor of the US negotiating with NorthContinue Reading

U.S. Public’s Perceptions of How Other Countries View U.S. Foreign Policy Increasingly Negative February 24, 2003 Continuing Decline in US Public’s Rating of US Policy on Europe, Russia, North Korea Questionnaire Amid intensifying international criticism and worldwide demonstrations against U.S. policy on Iraq, the US public’s perceptions of how otherContinue Reading

Americans on Iraq and the UN Inspections February 21, 2003 Public Conflicted Whether UN Should Strengthen Inspections or Authorize Invasion Full Report Questionnaire A new PIPA/Knowledge Networks poll shows the American public is highly conflicted about whether the United Nations should strengthen inspections or authorize an invasion of Iraq. StevenContinue Reading

U.S. Public Favors Negotiating With North Korea February 4, 2003 But Divided on Whether North Koreans Willing to Forego Nukes Full Report Questionnaire In contrast to the position of the Bush administration, a very large majority of Americans is willing to negotiate with North Korea, according to a new pollContinue Reading

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