Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA)
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The Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA) was established in 1992 with the purpose of giving public opinion a greater voice in international relations. PIPA conducts in-depth studies of public opinion that include polls, focus groups and interviews. It integrates its findings together with those of other organizations. It actively seeks the participation of members of the policy community in developing its polls so as to make them immediately relevant to the needs of policymakers. PIPA is a joint program of the Center on Policy Attitudes (COPA) and the Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland (CISSM).
How the American Public Would Deal with the Budget Deficit: A Study by the Program for Public Consultation and Knowledge Networks (2011-02)A Study by the Program for Public Consultation and Knowledge Networks. The purpose of this study was to give a representative sample of Americans the chance to deal with the problem of the budget in such an integrated ...
Consulting the American People on the 2001/2003 Tax Cuts: A Study by the Program for Public Consultation and Knowledge Networks (2012-02)These are the results of a poll conducted by The Program for Public Consultation on public opinion of 2013 U.S. proposed tax cuts. It is part of a series of in-depth consultations on issues relating to the American ...
Consulting Americans on the Payroll Tax Cut for Employees and Employers: A Study by the Program for Public Consultation and Knowledge Networks (2011-12)These are the results of a poll conducted by The Program for Public Consultation on public opinion of 2012 payroll tax cuts. The poll was fielded from December 3 to 9, 2011 as part of a larger study with a sample of 907 ...
(2012-03)These are some of the findings of a poll of 727 Americans, conducted March 3-7, 2012 by the Program on International Policy Attitudes.
(2012-03)These are the results of a poll of the American Public conducted by the Program on International Policy Attitudes and the Anwar Sadat Chair to better understand American public attitudes on Israel and the Iranian Nuclear Program.