As Congress begins to debate the FY2018 budget, a new study reveals strong support for greater federal efforts to reduce poverty. The study, conducted by the University of Maryland’s Program for Public Consultation (PPC), finds that majorities of Republicans and Democrats agree on numerous new options for federal poverty programs.
December 6, 2011 Full Report (PDF) Questionnaire with Findings (PDF) A majority of Americans professing a belief in God, favor cooperative international efforts to combat climate change, environmental degradation, and the spread of nuclear weapons says a new public opinion poll conducted jointly by the University of Maryland’s Center for
October 15, 2008 Questionnaire/Methodology (PDF) A new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll finds that majorities in all eight developed countries polled are willing to contribute the funds necessary to cut hunger and severe poverty in half by the year 2015. This constitutes one of the key Millennium Development Goals that the United Nations’
Presidents of Bolivia, Argentina Get Highest Approval Ratings in Latin America August 31, 2006 Presidents Evo Morales of Bolivia and Nestor Kirchner of Argentina are the most popular heads of state in Latin America, according to polls taken in the spring of 2006 and compiled by Consulta Mitofsky. Eight out
Russians Support Putin’s Re-Nationalization of Oil, Control of Media, But See Democratic Future July 10, 2006 Americans Endorse Russia’s G-8 Membership, Are Optimistic about Democracy in Russia Russian President Vladimir Putin plays host to the Group of Eight major industrial powers this week despite a chorus of criticism in both