Publics in Western Countries Disapprove of Muhammad Cartoons
Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA)
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An analysis of polls on the worldwide uproar over the publication of cartoons satirizing the Prophet Muhammad shows that the prevailing attitude across several Western nations--Norway, Britain, France, the United States and Australia--is that while the media have the right to publish the cartoons, it was not the right choice to do so. In Denmark, where the cartoons were originally published, the public is divided on whether it was the right choice.