Why Muslims are still mad at America September 9, 2011 By Steven Kull Originally published on CNN’s Global Public Square on September 5, 2011 On the ten-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, many Americans are wondering whether the risk of a terrorist attack against America has been reduced. The picture
Six in Ten Americans Say U.S. Weakened Its Economy by Overspending in Response to 9/11 September 8, 2011 Two in Three Say U.S. Power Has Declined as a Result of America’s Response to 9/11 Full report (PDF) Questionnaire with findings (PDF) Six in ten Americans believe that that the U.S.
New Book on Muslim Anger at America by PIPA’s Steven Kull April 26, 2011 Order Feeling Betrayed: The Roots of Muslim Anger at America by Steven Kull from the Brookings Institution Press A new book, Feeling Betrayed: The Roots of Muslim Anger at America by Steven Kull, director of the
Muslims and America: Internalizing the Clash of Civilizations June 7, 2010 By Steven Kull This paper was first presented at the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy’s 11th Annual Conference on April 28, 2010 Over the last six years I have been conducting a major study of public
July 16, 2009 Questionnaire/Methodology (PDF) A WorldPublicOpinion.org poll of seven majority-Muslim and African nations finds that, contrary to the position of their governments, publics in four nations approve of the indictment of Sudanese President Bashir for war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur, one is divided and two are