Why Muslims are still mad at America September 9, 2011 By Steven Kull Originally published on CNN’s Global Public Square on September 5, 2011 On the ten-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, many Americans are wondering whether the risk of a terrorist attack against America has been reduced. The picture
Six in Ten Americans Say U.S. Weakened Its Economy by Overspending in Response to 9/11 September 8, 2011 Two in Three Say U.S. Power Has Declined as a Result of America’s Response to 9/11 Full report (PDF) Questionnaire with findings (PDF) Six in ten Americans believe that that the U.S.
New Book on Muslim Anger at America by PIPA’s Steven Kull April 26, 2011 Order Feeling Betrayed: The Roots of Muslim Anger at America by Steven Kull from the Brookings Institution Press A new book, Feeling Betrayed: The Roots of Muslim Anger at America by Steven Kull, director of the
International Poll: No Consensus On Who Was Behind 9/11 September 10, 2008 Questionnaire/Methodology (PDF) Press Release (PDF) A WorldPublicOpinion.org poll of 17 nations found that majorities in only nine of them believed that al Qaeda was behind the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States. In no country did a
Iranians Overwhelmingly Reject Bin Laden January 30, 2007 Both Iranians and Americans See Terrorism as a Threat to Their Countries Full Report Questionnaire/Methodology Iranians and Americans are both very concerned about the danger of terrorism, reject attacks against civilians overwhelmingly and share strongly negative views of Osama bin Laden. Although