Both Sides See Gay Marriage as ’Inevitable’
As support for gay marriage continues to increase, nearly three-quarters of Americans say that legal recognition of same-sex marriage is inevitable, including majorities on both sides of the issue.
Mapping Mediterranean Misery
The closer the country is to the outer edge of the spider graph, the more negative its attitudes are; the closer it is to the center of the graph, the more positive its attitudes are. To see more countries, select in the legend below.
Quiz: Global Econ Quiz
Test how much you know about economic attitudes in the world with this quiz.
Emerging Markets Better Rated During Difficult Times
Citizens of emerging market countries are happier with their economies than are people in advanced or developing economies.
Egypt’s National Mood Turns Grim
Months of political uncertainty, a weak economy and often violent street protests have resulted in a majority of Egyptians saying they are dissatisfied with the way their new democracy is working.
France and Germany: A Tale of Two Countries Drifting Apart
A political, economic and demographic divide has opened up between France and Germany.
A European Malaise
Positive views of the EU are at or near their low point in most EU nations, even among the young. And fewer Europeans now say economic integration has strengthened their nation’s economy than did a year ago.
Slideshow: Decreasing Faith in the European Union
The principal casualty of the euro crisis, which began in 2008, may be the European project: Europeans’ belief that economic integration and a European Union is in their self interest. As the euro crisis has deepened, faith in the EU and in economic integration has eroded.
European Union: The Latest Casualty of the Euro Crisis
Europe’s ongoing economic crisis has engendered a crisis of confidence in the European project. Explore the public views on various issues throughout the country.
Pakistani opposition leaders get high marks in run-up to elections
When 91% of the public thinks the country is on the wrong track, it’s usually a good sign for the opposition’s electoral hopes, and as Pakistan prepares for parliamentary elections on May 11, supporters of two major opposition parties are feeling optimistic. Moreover, as a new Pew Research Center poll highlights, the leaders of those […]