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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.
Global Poll Finds Iran Viewed Negatively: US Continues to Get Low Marks Views of China, Russia, France Down Sharply Europe and Japan Viewed Most Positively
A major BBC World Service poll exploring how people in 33 countries view various countries found not a single country where a majority has a positive view of Iran's role in the world (with the exception of Iranians themselves).
22 Nation Poll Shows China Viewed Positively by Most Countries: China’s Economic Growth Considered Positive But Not Its Increasing Military Power
A new BBC World Service Poll of 22 countries finds that China is viewed as playing a significantly more positive role in the world than either the US or Russia, a role more on par with Britain. Asked about possible future ...
Americans and Russians Agree U.S. is No. 1, But Disagree on the Up and Comers
The United States is unquestionably the world’s dominant nation, Russians and Americans agree. But while Russians put themselves among today’s top three powers—and believe they will play a larger role in the future—Americans ...
Obama Rockets to Top of Poll on Global Leaders: Putin and Ahmadinejad Receive Lowest Marks
US President Barack Obama has the confidence of many publics around the world - inspiring far more confidence than any other world political leader according to a new poll of 20 nations by WorldPublicOpinion.org. A year ...
Nine-Country Poll Finds Europeans and Americans Desire Closer Relations
Transatlantic Cooperation Seen as Inadequate on Issues from Poverty to Climate Change to Immigration British Council-Sponsored Research Finds Widespread Agreement on Priorities for Cooperation
How Russians and Americans View Each Other, Themselves, China and Iran
WorldPublicOpinion.org, together with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, hosted a discussion on May 31, 2006, about the findings of its new poll of Russians and Americans. The following is an edited transcript. ...
Chinese Become Sharply Negative About U.S., Americans Mildly Negative About China: Both More Negative Than World Average
Over the last year the Chinese view of the US has gone from being slightly negative to sharply negative. Americans’ views of China have also worsened a bit, but only a modest majority have a negative view. Both publics ...
U.S. and Venezuela Lead World in National Pride
Presidents Bush and Chávez may represent opposite poles of the hemispheric political spectrum but the people of the United States and Venezuela have something in common: both are brimming with national pride.
Can Obama Restore the US Image in the Middle East?
Sitting in a focus group, a young Jordanian bewailed America's relationship with his region: "Since 1948, we have tried peace, but everything turned out to be a lie. Looking to the future, we don't see anything except more ...