As world leaders convene in Washington for the Climate Action 2016 summit, a new Citizen Cabinet survey finds that large bipartisan majorities of voters favor steps to reduce carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. The probability-based, online representative sample included more than 4,000 registered voters across the United States.
Review of Polling Finds International and American Support for World Order Based on International Law, Stronger UN December 15, 2011 Public Opinion on Global Issues homepage Newly updated digests of American and international public opinion polls reveal substantial consensus on concepts of world order. Large majorities support a world order
Polls Find Strong International Consensus on Human Rights December 7, 2011 Public Opinion on Global Issues homepage Stewart Patrick analysis With the 63rd anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 10, newly updated digests of American and international public opinion reveal a remarkable degree of consensus on
Global Poll Shows Public Support for Taliban Negotiations June 22, 2011 Full Report (PDF) Negotiating with the Taliban is the public’s preferred strategy for NATO to adopt in Afghanistan, rather than trying to defeat the Taliban or withdrawing troops immediately, according to the results of a BBC World Service 24-nation
Sharp Drop in American Enthusiasm for Free Market, Poll Shows April 6, 2011 American public support for the free market economy has dropped sharply in the past year, and is now lower than in China, according to a GlobeScan poll released today. The findings, drawn from 12,884 interviews across 25