Iraqi Public Opinion on the Presence of US Troops July 23, 2008 Testimony of Dr. Steven Kull Director, Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA), University of Maryland Director, July 23, 2008 – 2:00 PM Before House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on International Organizations, Human Rights, and Oversight SubcommitteeContinue Reading

Americans Believe U.S. International Strategy Has Backfired December 6, 2006 Majorities See World More Fearful of U.S. Military Force, Making Governments More Likely to Pursue WMD Public Opposes Setting Goal of Regime Change in Problem Countries Full Report Questionnaire/Methodology A Majority of Americans Reject Military Threats in Favor of DiplomacyContinue Reading

Afghan Feelings of Security Vary Widely October 31, 2006 Five years after the U.S.-led invasion—and despite intense violence in some regions—about half of Afghans (53%) say they feel safer today than they did under Taliban rule. But the results vary widely according to religious sect, ethnicity and region, a GallupContinue Reading

Most Iraqis Want U.S. Troops Out Within a Year September 27, 2006 Say U.S. Presence Provoking More Conflict Than it is Preventing Approval of Attacks on U.S.-led Forces Rises to 6 in 10 Published September 27, 2006 Full Report Questionnaire/Methodology Transcript of Brookings Saban Center Briefing A new WPO pollContinue Reading