GlobalDecember 7, 2017

How people in India see Pakistan, 70 years after partition

Seventy years since the partition of India, read about attitudes in India on a range of subjects, including Pakistan and the handling of the Kashmir dispute.

GlobalNovember 15, 2017

Three Years In, Modi Remains Very Popular

Most Indians hold a favorable opinion of Narendra Modi, and many are content with the state of the economy and the country’s direction. The public is also satisfied with the way their democracy is working.

Pew Research CenterNovember 3, 2017

Asian countries on Trump’s trip have largely positive views of U.S. but disagree on policy

While majorities on Trump’s five-country itinerary this month hold favorable views of the U.S., most disapprove of several of his signature policies.

GlobalOctober 17, 2017

Japanese Divided on Democracy’s Success at Home, but Value Voice of the People

Though Japanese are split on their democracy’s performance, most endorse representative democracy and back referenda on major policy issues.

GlobalOctober 16, 2017

How people in Asia-Pacific view China

Ahead of the 19th National Congress in China, read key findings about how the country is viewed by its neighbors.

Pew Research CenterOctober 9, 2017

Malala’s 2012 shooting came at time of high social hostilities in Pakistan

Malala Yousafzai’s shooting came at a time when social hostilities involving religion were at a high point, both globally and in Pakistan.

GlobalSeptember 21, 2017

People in the Philippines Still Favor U.S. Over China, but Gap Is Narrowing

September 8, 2017

Key facts about Asian Americans, a diverse and growing population

A record 20 million Asian Americans trace their roots to more than 20 countries in East and Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent.

GlobalAugust 28, 2017

4 charts on how people around the world see education

People around the world disagree about which is more important to emphasize in school: creative thinking or basic academic skills and discipline.

GlobalAugust 23, 2017

In global popularity contest, U.S. and China – not Russia – vie for first

China is particularly well-liked in Latin America and the Middle East, while the U.S. fares better in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.