Wednesday November 25th, 2015             A project managed by the Program on International Policy Attitudes

Comprehensive analyses of
international public opinion
developed in partnership with
the International Institutions
and Global Governance
program at the
Council on Foreign Relations



Global and Multi-Regional Public Opinion

Multi-Country Poll Reveals That Majority of People Want Action on Climate Change, Even if it Entails Costs

A New Digest of International and U.S. Attitudes

Majorities Reject Banning Defamation of Religion: 20 Nation Poll

As Hu Jin Tao, Obama Prepare to Meet, World Public Gives China, US Low Marks on Climate Change

Wide Dissatisfaction with Capitalism -- Twenty Years after Fall of Berlin Wall

People in 17 of 21 Nations Say Governments Should Put International Law Ahead of National Interest

Global Poll: Widespread Perception of Serious Lack of Political Tolerance

Global Poll Shows Support for Increased Government Spending and Regulation

World Publics Strongly Favor International Observers for Elections, Including Their Own

Publics Want More Government Action on Climate Change: Global Poll

Global Poll Finds Widespread Belief that Afghans Want NATO Forces Out

Publics Want More Aggressive Government Action On Economic Crisis: Global Poll

Though Obama Viewed Positively, Still Much Criticism of US Foreign Policy: Global Poll

Obama Rockets to Top of Poll on Global Leaders

People Who Know Foreigners or Travel More Likely to See Themselves as Global Citizens: Global Survey

Economic System Needs 'Major Changes': Global Poll

Views of China and Russia Decline in Global Poll

Most People Think Their Nation's Foreign Policy Is Morally No Better Than Average: Global Poll

Growing Optimism That Obama Will Improve US Relations: Global Poll

Poll Finds Widespread International Opposition to US Bases in Persian Gulf