Muslims Positive About Globalization, Trade August 27, 2008 Questionnaire/methodology (PDF) Press Release (PDF) Full PDF Version Contrary to the common assumption that Muslims view globalization as a threat to their society, a new poll of Muslim countries finds that globalization is generally viewed positively. The poll was conducted by WorldPublicOpinion.org
World Public Favors Globalization and Trade but Wants to Protect Environment and Jobs April 25, 2007 Full Report (PDF) Questionnaire (PDF) Methodology/Research Partners (PDF) Majorities around the world believe economic globalization and international trade benefit national economies, companies, and consumers. But many think trade harms the environment and threatens jobs
International Publics Strongly Favor Labor and Environmental Standards in Trade Agreements March 21, 2007 Overwhelming Majorities in Many Developing Countries and the United States Support Protections Questionnaire (PDF) Methodology/Research Partners (PDF) Strong majorities in developing nations around the world support requiring countries that sign trade agreements to meet minimum labor
French Public Stands Behind Protests Against New Labor Law March 28, 2006 By Angela Stephens With French young people in the streets protesting a new law that will allow employers to fire workers under age 26 without review, French public opinion polls indicate that the French public is largely standing
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.