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.
Does the Majority Want to Tyrannize the Minority? June 22, 2011 Full article (PDF) American Public Shows How it Would Cut the Budget Deficit In the current struggle over how to deal with the budget deficit, there is a recurring fear on both ends of the political spectrum that the
Indonesia and USA ‘Most Entrepreneur-Friendly Nations’: Global Poll May 25, 2011 Full Report (PDF) Indonesia, the USA, Canada, India, and Australia are among the countries with the best cultures in the world for people to start a new business, while Colombia, Egypt, Turkey, Italy and Russia are the least friendly
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