American Public Sees Democratization of Middle East as Positive for US April 11, 2011 Favors Democratization Even if Countries Become Less Friendly to US Full report (PDF) Questionnaire with findings (PDF) An overwhelming majority of Americans think that it would be positive for the United States if the Middle EastContinue Reading

Correlates of the Israeli Public’s Support for a Peace Accord February 7, 2011 Download Full Report (PDF) By Alvin Richman and David B. Nolle Shortly after President Obama took office in 2009, the U.S. renewed its commitment to an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement. This renewed commitment raises a number of issues,Continue Reading

Muslims and America: Internalizing the Clash of Civilizations June 7, 2010 By Steven Kull This paper was first presented at the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy’s 11th Annual Conference on April 28, 2010 Over the last six years I have been conducting a major study of publicContinue Reading

Americans and the World in Difficult Times June 2, 2010 By Steven Kull This paper was first presented on May 14th, 2010 at the Center for International Security Studies Second Annual Symposium at Princeton University As the stress of two wars combines with after-affects of a deep recession and aContinue Reading

Post-Election Poll in Iran Shows Little Change in Anti-Regime Minority February 18, 2010 Full report (PDF) By Alvin Richman* Editor’s Note: This article analyzes the views of three different Iranian opinion groups – Conservatives, Moderates and Reformers – based on their responses to several measures of “regime support” contained inContinue Reading