Fact Tank Jul. 9, 2013

Many Venezuelans want better relations with the U.S.

A plurality of Venezuelans (44%) prefer to have a closer relationship with the U.S. than existed during the presidency of Hugo Chavez.

Fact Tank Jun. 25, 2013

In Senegal, an overwhelming majority has a positive opinion of the U.S.

Around eight-in-ten Senegalese have a favorable view of the United States

Fact Tank Jun. 24, 2013

Israelis and Palestinians have sharply different views of U.S., but want its help in resolving conflict

There is a 67 percentage point divide between Israelis, who have a favorable view of the U.S., and Palestinians who have a positive view.

U.S. Politics Jun. 17, 2013

Public Remains Opposed to Arming Syrian Rebels

About two-thirds (68%) say the U.S. is too overcommitted to get involved in another conflict, and just 27% disagree. The public also has questions about the opposition groups in Syria: 60% say that they may be no better than the current government.

Fact Tank Jun. 14, 2013

U.S. aid to Syrian rebels: Public has opposed American involvement in the past

Public opinion surveys have consistently shown Americans to have little interest in the Syrian conflict and have been opposed — or lukewarm, at best, — to getting involved.

Fact Tank May. 23, 2013

Kerry faces public skepticism among Israelis and Palestinians in effort to revive peace process

As Secretary of State John Kerry visits the Middle East this week in the hope of reinvigorating the dormant Israeli-Palestinian peace process, he will confront considerable public skepticism in the region about the prospects for peace.

Fact Tank May. 16, 2013

Turkey’s leader urges more aid for Syrian rebels, but most Turks say no

As Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan meets with President Obama today, his calls for more Western aid to Syrian rebels put him at odds with Turkish public opinion. A Pew Research survey conducted earlier this spring found that 68% of Turks opposed Western countries sending weapons and other supplies to anti-government rebels in Syria — […]

Pew Research Center May. 16, 2013

Turkey’s Leader Urges More Aid for Syrian Rebels, but Most Turks Say No

As Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan meets with President Obama today, his calls for more Western aid to Syrian rebels put him at odds with Turkish public opinion.

U.S. Politics May. 13, 2013

Public Interest in Benghazi Investigation Remains Limited

Fewer than half of Americans say they are following the Benghazi hearings very or fairly closely, virtually unchanged from late January when Hillary Clinton testified.

Global May. 9, 2013

Many Israelis and Palestinians Want Larger Role for Obama

While Israelis and Palestinians differ widely in their outlook for a peaceful resolution of their longstanding conflict, both want U.S. President Barack Obama to play a larger role in resolving the Israeli-Palestinian stalemate.