Monday September 01st, 2014             A project managed by the Program on International Policy Attitudes

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

Violent Conflict
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International Security

International Public Opinion on International Security



Only One in Three Israelis Think Israel Benefited from Gaza Conflict





Most Americans Believe Majorities in Egypt, Libya, Did Not Support Attacks





Most Americans See Afghan War as Not Reducing Threat of Terrorism





Americans, Britons and the French Support Multilateral Action on Syria But Don't Want to Send Troops





Majorities in Both Red and Blue Districts Favor Deep Cuts in Defense Spending





Polls Show Support for Tougher Sanctions against Iran, But not for Military Force





Majority of Americans Willing to Make Defense Cuts





American Public Favors Safe Havens in Syria





American Public Opposes Israel Striking Iran





Preventing a Nuclear Iran, Peacefully





Review of Polling Finds International and American Support for World Order Based on International Law, Stronger UN





Most Religious Believers Favor International Efforts To Curb Climate Change, Nuclear Risks, Poverty





Israeli Public Supports Middle East Nuclear Free Zone





Six in Ten Americans Say U.S. Weakened Its Economy by Overspending in Response to 9/11





Why Muslims are still mad at America





Global Poll Shows Public Support for Taliban Negotiations





New Book on Muslim Anger at America by PIPA's Steven Kull





Two-thirds of Iranians Ready to Preclude Developing Nuclear Weapons in Exchange for Lifting Sanctions





Islamist Militancy in Pakistan: A View from the Provinces





Global Poll Finds Widespread Belief that Afghans Want NATO Forces Out