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Poll Finds Mixed Views About Bhutto's Return
A poll taken in the weeks before the return to Pakistan of Benazir Bhutto, whose convoy was met with an attack as well as large adulatory crowds, finds that a plurality of Pakistanis (50%) approve of her return, while one ...
How Muslims and Americans View Each Other
Comments by Steven Kull, editor of WorldPublicOpinion.org, at the US-Islamic Forum in Doha, Qatar, February 18, 2007.
Comprehensive Analysis of Polls Reveals Americans’ Attitudes on US Role in the World
Many people have the impression that polls produce highly discrepant findings that simply do not add up. However scholars of public opinion have found that by organizing public opinion research across studies and carefully ...
Polling in Iraq and Afghanistan: Q&A: Matthew Warshaw, D3 Systems
Matthew Warshaw is Senior Research Manager for D3 Systems, which specializes in opinion research in difficult environments. D3 has particular expertise in the Middle East, where since 1988 it has developed an experienced ...
Q & A: Emre Erdogan, Infakto Research Workshop
Dr. Erdogan is a founding partner of Infakto Research Workshop in Istanbul and a member of ARI Movement, an independent research and educational organization. He spoke with WPO via email.
Remarks of Matthew Warshaw at DC AAPOR
Matthew Warshaw, Senior Research Manager of D3 Systems, spoke about doing survey research under adverse conditions at a seminar held by the DC chapter of the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) on Oct. ...
Q & A: Nabil Kukali, Palestinian Center for Public Opinion
Dr. Nabil Kukali is director of the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion, which he founded in 1994. The center, based in Beit Sahour, studies Palestinian opinion in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and the Gaza ...
Why Turks Feel Threatened by the US
Which Middle Eastern public has the largest percentage of people naming the United States as the country that poses the greatest threat? The answer, according to the most recent Pew Global Attitudes Project survey, is ...
International Publics Strongly Favor Labor and Environmental Standards in Trade Agreements: Overwhelming Majorities in Many Developing Countries and the United States Support Protections
Strong majorities in developing nations around the world support requiring countries that sign trade agreements to meet minimum labor and environmental standards, a multinational poll finds. Nine in 10 Americans also support ...
International Polls Find Robust Global Support For Increased Efforts to Address Climate Change
An analysis by WorldPublicOpinion.org of recent international polls reveals strong support around the world for decisive action to reduce the emission of climate-changing gases.