Wednesday April 23rd, 2014             A project managed by the Program on International Policy Attitudes

 

Europe

Public Opinion from Europe



Russian Public Wary of Obama





Obama Changing the Way Germans See US





Nine-Country Poll Finds Europeans and Americans Desire Closer Relations





Large Majorities of Americans and Russians Oppose All Space Weapons





American and Russian Publics Strongly Support Steps to Reduce and Eliminate Nuclear Weapons





Six in Ten Poles Oppose U.S. Anti-Missile Base





British and Canadians Criticize Leaders for Following U.S. Lead





Americans Believe Israeli Actions Are Justified but Share International Reservations about Extent of Military Offensive





Publics in Europe and India See U.S. as Violating International Law at Guantánamo





Russians Support Putin's Re-Nationalization of Oil, Control of Media, But See Democratic Future





Americans and Russians Agree U.S. is No. 1, But Disagree on the Up and Comers





New Poll Shows French and Germans more Sympathetic toward Israel





Europeans still Positive about EU Enlargement but Anxious about Impact on Jobs





How Russians and Americans View Each Other, Themselves, China and Iran





Russians and Americans Agree Iran is Trying to Develop Nuclear Weapons, But Disagree on Economic Sanctions





Russians Positive on China’s Foreign Policy, Economic Model, Negative on U.S. Policies, Bush





Canadian and Dutch Publics Feeling Stretched by Expanded Military Role in Afghanistan





French Public Stands Behind Protests Against New Labor Law





Publics in Western Countries Disapprove of Muhammad Cartoons





Among Key Iraq Partners, Weak Public Support for Troop Presence