Is Tide Turning Over Immigration Views?
Even as the immigration policy debate continues to intensify, the issue looks like it might be about to take another twist as the sharp decline in the U.S. population of unauthorized immigrants that accompanied the 2007-2009 recession bottoms out. Americans now appear ready for a new approach to immigration policy.
Guess Who Opposes China’s New Olympic Bid
Trading Privacy for Security
Americans believe that the National Security Agency may have gone too far in spying on U.S. allies. They also think that the NSA has intruded on personal privacy in scooping up massive amounts of phone calls and emails, but don't expect to see citizens taking to the streets.
While focus on foreign problems lessens, U.S. public keeps its eye on China
While the American public increasingly has been looking inward after years of economic stress at home and a decade of wars abroad, they have a keen awareness of the challenges posed to the U.S. by China in the superpower competition between the two countries.
Athens’s Love Affair With the Euro Persists
Washington turns on itself
The US and Pakistan: An Incompatible Couple
Interactive: The World Is Falling Out of Love With America — Again
Tunisians turn on their politicians as trash piles up
Mexicans and Salvadorans Have Positive Picture of Life in U.S.
Overview Mexicans and Salvadorans share a positive image of the U.S. Many believe that people who move to the U.S. lead a better life, and most of those who have family or friends who migrated say they have accomplished their goals while there. Salvadorans, 67% of whom have family or friends in the U.S., express […]
Mexicans, Salvadorans see a better life in US
Chinese unease growing at flip side of progress
After a remarkable run of economic expansion that has lifted tens of millions out of poverty, the Chinese public is waking up to the side effects of progress.
Amnesty International Says Drone Strikes in Pakistan Could Constitute War Crimes
Europe Breakup Forces Mount as Union Relevance Fades
Shrug and awe between Asia’s two giants
Saudi Arabia pique will not help it change UN policy
Angry with America, Saudi Arabia rejects UN security council seat
Missile deal with Turkey highlights China rising Middle East presence
Opinion: How the Web spreads anti-Semitism
Saudi Arabia Rejects U.N. Security Council Seat in Protest Move
Saudi Arabia’s Regional Reputation Takes a Hit
Saudis, UAE to get US bunker-buster bombs, cruise missiles in deal worth $11b.
Survey Topline Survey results are based on national samples. Due to rounding, percentages may not total 100%. The topline “total” columns show 100%, because they are based on unrounded numbers. Not all questions included in the Spring 2013 survey are presented in this topline. Omitted questions have either been previously released or will be released […]
Saudi Arabia’s Image Falters among Middle East Neighbors
Survey Report Each year, the world is reminded of Saudi Arabia’s influential status as the birthplace of Islam, as hundreds of thousands of Muslims from across the globe make the Hajj, or pilgrimage, to the city of Mecca. Perhaps owing to its pivotal role within the Islamic faith, Saudi Arabia tends to be viewed favorably […]
How West Sees Iran’s Nuclear Program
As American, European, Russian, Chinese and Iranian negotiators jockey in Geneva over ending the West’s economic sanctions on Tehran in return for a dismantling of Iran’s nuclear weapons program, European and U.S. publics are sending negotiators on both sides a clear message: they oppose Iran having nuclear armaments.
Next Year in Jerusalem
As Washington ramps up its efforts to get the Israelis and Palestinians to fashion a lasting settlement of their differences, there is no uniform American Jewish viewpoint on the peace process.