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    • Americans on the Middle East: A Study of American Public Opinion 

      Telhami, Shibley; Kull, Steven; Ramsay, Clay; Lewis, Evan; Subias, Stefan (2012-10)
      In mid-September 2012, attacks on US diplomatic missions in Libya and Egypt—countries going through revolutionary processes that began with the Arab Spring—shocked Americans in the midst of a closely fought presidential ...
    • Faith and Global Policy Challenges: How Spiritual Values Shape Views on Poverty, Nuclear Risks, and Environmental Degradation 

      Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA); Kull, Steven; Steinbruner, John; Gallagher, Nancy; Ramsay, Clay; Lewis, Evan; Siegel, Jonas; Jones, Kevin; Subias, Stefan (2011-12)
      A majority of Americans professing a belief in God favor cooperative international efforts to combat climate change, environmental degradation, and the spread of nuclear weapons, according to the findings of this public ...
    • The American Public on the 9/11 Decade: A Study of American Public Opinion 

      Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA); Telhami, Shibley; Kull, Steven; Ramsay, Clay; Lewis, Evan; Subias, Stefan (2011-09-08)
      Six in ten Americans believe that that the U.S. weakened its economy by overspending in its responses to the 9/11 attacks. In particular, respondents felt this was especially true of the U.S. mission in Iraq. Two out of ...
    • The American public and the Arab awakening: a study of American public opinion 

      Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA); Telhami, Shibley; Kull, Steven; Ramsay, Clay; Lewis, Evan; Subias, Stefan (2011-04)
      An overwhelming majority of Americans think that it would be positive for the United States if the Middle East were to become more democratic, and a solid majority would favor this happening even if it resulted in the ...
    • American Public Vastly Overestimates Amount of U.S. Foreign Aid 

      Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA) (2010-11)
      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 ...