March 1, 2006 Questionnaire/Methodology A new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll of the Indian public finds that two out of three Indians believe that India should limit its emissions of the greenhouse gases that may be causing global warming—something which, as a developing country, it is not currently obliged to do under theContinue Reading

July 5, 2005 Overwhelming Majority of Americans Favors U.S. Joining With G-8 Members to Limit Greenhouse Gas Emissions Full Report Questionnaire An overwhelming majority of Americans supports the United States agreeing to limit greenhouse gas emissions in concert with other members of the G-8 Summit. The new PIPA-Knowledge Networks pollContinue Reading

Overwhelming Majority of Americans Favors U.S. Joining With G-8 Members to Limit Greenhouse Gas Emissions Full Report Questionnaire An overwhelming majority of Americans supports the United States  agreeing to limit greenhouse gas emissions in concert with other members of the G-8 Summit. The new PIPA-Knowledge Networks poll asked, if, atContinue Reading

Americans on Opportunities for Bipartisan Consensus January 18, 2005 Bipartisan Public Consensus Offers Direction for US Foreign Policy in Second Bush Term Full Report Questionnaire Despite several years of highly polarized debate and a bruising electoral battle, a new study reveals a striking amount of bipartisan consensus—among the public andContinue Reading