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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 ...
U.S. Public Opposes Permanent Military Bases in Iraq but Majority Thinks U.S. Plans to Keep Them: If New Iraqi Government Sets Timeline for U.S. Withdrawal, Public Thinks U.S. Should Comply
A large bipartisan majority of Americans oppose permanent U.S. military bases in Iraq and believe that most Iraqis are opposed as well, but a modest majority believes that the United States nonetheless plans to have permanent ...
Poll of Iraqis: Public Wants Timetable for US Withdrawal, but Thinks US Plans Permanent Bases in Iraq: Half of Iraqis Approve of Attacks on US Forces, Including 9 Out of 10 Sunnis
A new poll of the Iraqi public finds that a large majority of Iraqis think the US plans to maintain bases in Iraq permanently, even if the newly elected government asks the US to leave. A large majority favors setting a ...
Iraqi Public Favors International Assistance
Though many Iraqis are unhappy with the presence of US-led forces, most express strong support for various forms of international assistance, including the presence of foreign security forces, UN (rather than US) leadership ...
Americans Support US Working to Improve Health in Developing Countries: Efforts Seen as Helping Americans as Well as People in Poor Nations
Despite the economic downturn, a large majority of Americans support US efforts to improve health in poor countries. This support is grounded in altruistic concern for the poor, but it also comes from a sense that in today's ...
Obama, McCain Supporters Agree Government Responsible For Ensuring Basic Healthcare, Food, and Education Needs: But on Healthcare, Both See Government Falling Short
A new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll shows broad consensus among Americans that the government is responsible for ensuring that its citizens can meet their basic healthcare, food, and education needs. These views are held by ...
Americans Oppose Most Farm Subsidies
As the Obama administration has sought to cut farm subsidies for next year's budget they have encountered strong resistance, especially in farm states. However a new WorldPublicOpinion.org poll finds that the American ...