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 public
Global Poll: Widespread Perception of Serious Lack of Political Tolerance September 15, 2009 Full Report (PDF) Questionnaire/Methodology (PDF) A new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll of 24 nations from around the world finds a widespread perception of a serious lack of political tolerance. Large majorities perceive that people in their nation are not
Egyptian Public to Greet Obama With Suspicion June 3, 2009 Questionnaire/methodology (PDF) A new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll finds Egyptians continue to view US foreign policy quite negatively and see President Obama as closely aligned with it. At the same time, Obama has much better ratings than Bush had, and there are
G7 Citizens Critical of Putin’s Impact on Russian Democracy: BBC Poll February 25, 2008 Full report (PDF) A majority of G7 citizens regard President Putin as a “negative influence on democracy and human rights in Russia,” according to a BBC World Service poll. Fifty-six percent of respondents from Canada, France,
A New Lens on Pakistan January 18, 2008 By Steven Kull This article was originally published on PostGlobal. It can be found here on their site. A recent poll of the Pakistani public reveals the distortions in the lens through which many Americans view the events in the Muslim world.