July 12, 2006 Questionnaire/ Methodology On the eve of the St. Petersburg G8 Summit focused on energy security, a 19-nation opinion poll conducted for the BBC World Service shows that large majorities around the world see grave threats from the way the world currently produces and uses energy. Across all
Mexican, U.S. Publics Strongly Support Labor and Environmental Standards in Trade Agreements July 20, 2005 Share Lukewarm View of NAFTA By Steven Kull The prospect of a Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) has stirred up a theme that regularly arises in debates about U.S. trade agreements with developing countries.
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 and
Majority of Americans Disapproves of US Government Approach to Trade January 22, 2004 Wants More Efforts to Mitigate Effects on Workers, Environment Full Report Questionnaire A new PIPA/Knowledge Networks poll finds that the majority of the American public is critical of US government trade policy and wants the government to