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Misinformation and the 2010 Election: A Study of the US Electorate
Examined Americans' perceptions of the reliability of information in the election environment, in light of the Supreme Court decision in "Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission." During November 6-15, 2010, ...
Public attitudes toward climate change: findings from a multi-country poll
The World Bank‘s World Development Report 2010 on Climate Change and Development commissioned an international poll of public attitudes to climate change. The poll is the first to specifically target developing countries ...
Post-Election Poll in Iran Shows Little Change in Anti-Regime Minority
This article analyzes the views of three different Iranian opinion groups - Conservatives, Moderates and Reformers - based on their responses to several measures of "regime support" contained in WPO's September 2009 survey. ...
Analysis of Multiple Polls Finds Little Evidence Iranian Public Sees Government as Illegitimate
Indications of fraud in the June 12 Iranian presidential election, together with large-scale street demonstrations, have led to claims that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad did not actually win the election, and that the majority of ...
American Public Vastly Overestimates Amount of U.S. Foreign Aid
This November 2010 poll examined Americans' estimates of the amount of the federal budget that is devoted to foreign aid. A total of 848 randomly selected adults aged 18 and older participated. When asked to estimate how ...