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    • The American public and the Arab awakening: a study of American public opinion 

      Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA); Telhami, Shibley; Kull, Steven; Ramsay, Clay; Lewis, Evan; Subias, Stefan (2011-04)
      An overwhelming majority of Americans think that it would be positive for the United States if the Middle East were to become more democratic, and a solid majority would favor this happening even if it resulted in the ...
    • The American Public on the 9/11 Decade: A Study of American Public Opinion 

      Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA); Telhami, Shibley; Kull, Steven; Ramsay, Clay; Lewis, Evan; Subias, Stefan (2011-09-08)
      Six in ten Americans believe that that the U.S. weakened its economy by overspending in its responses to the 9/11 attacks. In particular, respondents felt this was especially true of the U.S. mission in Iraq. Two out of ...
    • Americans on Israel and the Iranian Nuclear Program: A Study of American Public Opinion 

      Kull, Steven; Telhami, Shibley; Ramsey, Clay; Lewis, Evan; Subias, Stefan (2012-03)
      These are the results of a poll of the American Public conducted by the Program on International Policy Attitudes and the Anwar Sadat Chair to better understand American public attitudes on Israel and the Iranian Nuclear Program.
    • Americans on the Middle East: A Study of American Public Opinion 

      Telhami, Shibley; Kull, Steven; Ramsay, Clay; Lewis, Evan; Subias, Stefan (2012-10)
      In mid-September 2012, attacks on US diplomatic missions in Libya and Egypt—countries going through revolutionary processes that began with the Arab Spring—shocked Americans in the midst of a closely fought presidential ...