Comprehensive Analysis of Polls Reveals Americans’ Attitudes on US Role in the World August 3, 2007 Many people have the impression that polls produce highly discrepant findings that simply do not add up. However scholars of public opinion have found that by organizing public opinion research across studies and carefully
World Publics Reject US Role as the World Leader April 17, 2007 Majorities Still Want US to Do Its Share in Multilateral Efforts, Not Withdraw from International Affairs Mixed Views on US Overseas Bases Full Report (PDF) Questionnaire (PDF) Methodology/Research Partners (PDF) A multinational poll finds that publics around the
Americans Show Strong Support for Making Iraq Operation More Multilateral March 15, 2006 Full Report Questionnaire A number of leading political analysts have discussed the option of making the Iraq operation more multilateral. A large bipartisan majority of Americans would support doing so even if this would require the US
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.
The American Public on the Islamic World June 7, 2005 Comments By PIPA Director Steven Kull at the Conference on US-Islamic World Relations Co-Sponsored by the Qatar Foreign Ministry and the Saban Center of the Brookings Institution DOHA, Qatar—When Americans look at events in the Middle East, they do not