U.S. Public Rejects Using Military Force to Promote Democracy September 29, 2005 Rejects Democratization as Rationale for Iraq War Full Report Questionnaire A new poll finds that a majority of Americans reject the idea of using military force to promote democracy. Only 35% favored using military force to overthrow dictators.
Americans on the Darfur Crisis January 24, 2005 Three Out of Four Americans Favor UN Military Intervention in Darfur As the UN Security Council on Tuesday, January 25 hears the report of a special commission of inquiry on whether genocide has occurred in Darfur, a PIPA-Knowledge Networks poll conducted December
Americans on Iran July 31, 2003 US Public Opposes War With Iran Full Report Questionnaire A new PIPA/Knowledge Networks poll and an analysis of polling from other organizations reveal that a large majority opposes going to war with Iran. At the same time a majority would consider using limited military
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 North