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U.S. Public Perceptions of Foreign Policy Positions of Presidential Candidates: Bush Supporters Misread Many of His Foreign Policy Positions
As the nation prepares to watch the presidential candidates debate foreign policy issues, a new PIPA-Knowledge Networks poll finds that Americans who plan to vote for President Bush have many incorrect assumptions about ...
Seven in 10 Americans Say Genocide must be Prevented in Sudan: Majority Says Genocide is Occurring There
In a new PIPA-Knowledge Networks poll of Americans, 69% said “If the UN were to determine that genocide is occurring” in the Darfur region of Sudan, then the UN, including the US, should “act to stop the genocide even if ...
Americans on Addressing World Poverty: Americans Support U.S. and G-8 Countries Committing to Spend 0.7% GDP on World Poverty
A major focus of the upcoming G-8 Summit of the major industrial powers will be several ideas for addressing world poverty, especially in Africa. A new PIPA-Knowledge Networks poll of 812 Americans finds that a majority ...
The Separate Realities of Bush and Kerry Supporters: Bush Supporters Still Believe Iraq Had WMD or Major Program, Supported al-Qaeda
Even after the final report of weapons expert Charles Duelfer to Congress saying that Iraq did not have a significant WMD program, 72% of Bush supporters continue to believe that Iraq had actual WMD (47%) or a major program ...
Americans on Climate Change 2005: Overwhelming Majority of Americans Favors U.S. Joining With G-8 Members to Limit Greenhouse Gas Emissions
An overwhelming majority of Americans supports the United States agreeing to limit greenhouse gas emissions in concert with other members of the G-8 Summit. The new PIPA-Knowledge Networks poll asked, if, at the G-8 Summit, ...