World Publics Think China Will Catch Up With the US—and That’s Okay May 25, 2007 Full Report (PDF) Questionnaire (PDF) Methodology/Research Partners (PDF) Majorities around the world believe that China will catch up with the United States economically. It’s a prospect that leaves most of those polled—even Americans—unperturbed. A multinational
Americans, Mexicans Reject Border Fence March 28, 2006 By Angela Stephens President Bush meets this week with Mexican President Vicente Fox and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Cancun, Mexico, at a time when emotions surrounding immigration reform in the United States have reached fever pitch. A new Zogby poll
In Mexico, U.S. and Canada, Public Support for NAFTA Surprisingly Strong, Given each Country Sees Grass as Greener on the Other Side January 23, 2006 By Stephen J. Weber More than a decade after the North American Free Trade Agreement entered into force, public opinion across North America shows moderate
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.