Europeans Face the World Divided
Many question national influence and obligations to allies, but share desire for greater EU role in global affairs
As Censorship Spreads Globally, Americans Stand Out for Support of Free Expression
Germany is far from the only country currently drawing ire from free speech advocates. Globally, threats to free speech are on the rise.
Euroskepticism Beyond Brexit
Significant opposition in key European countries to an ever closer EU
A vote for protectionism or free trade?
Special to Business Standard The future role of the United States in the world economy has been a recurring theme in the 2016 American presidential election. Republican candidate Donald Trump has called for a 45 per cent tariff on US imports from China. All of the leading presidential candidates from both parties have criticised the […]
Don’t listen to Donald Trump, the U.S. still values Europe
Why Europe should pay attention to the public sentiment that will shape America’s foreign policy after 2017.
American Isolationism, With a Very, Very Big Stick
Polls show that U.S. voters want to focus on domestic issues, and yet support for defense spending is at its highest level since 9/11.
Origins and Destinations of the World’s Migrants, from 1990-2015
Explore origin and destination totals of migrants from 233 countries between 1990 and 2015.
U.S. voters are suspicious of China
Asia-related issues have figured prominently in this year’s U.S. presidential primary campaign but most U.S. voters still believe that Europe is more important.
The United States: Divided in More Ways Than One
Polarization on trade, security and immigration hobbles the U.S. and its major parties, especially Republicans.
The Divide Over Islam and National Laws in the Muslim World
Varied views on whether Quran should influence laws in countries
Choices by U.S. Voters Will Influence the World
The U.S. presidential campaign is dominated by global issues including trade, immigration and terrorism – and voters have mixed feelings.
Terror’s electoral joker card
With an unstable public mood on both sides of the Atlantic, terrorism could prove a political wildcard in both the United States and in Europe in the months ahead.
Are American Jews Turning Away from Israel?
Recent polling shows a growing divide.
Evaluating a New Proposal for Detecting Data Falsification in Surveys
Concern about data falsification is as old as the profession of public opinion polling. However, a new approach proposed by Kuriakose and Robbins (2015) to detecting falsification is concerning.
This report is a collaborative effort based on the input and analysis of the following individuals. Jacob Poushter, Senior Researcher Richard Wike, Director, Global Attitudes Research James Bell, Vice President, Global Strategy Danielle Cuddington, Research Assistant Claudia Deane, Vice President, Research Margaret Havemann, Senior Researcher Gijs van Houten, International Survey Methodologist Michael Keegan, Information Graphics […]
About the Pew Research Center’s Spring 2015 Global Attitudes Survey Results for the survey are based on telephone and face-to-face interviews conducted under the direction of Princeton Survey Research Associates International. The results are based on national samples, unless otherwise noted. More details about our international survey methodology and country-specific sample designs are available on […]
Smartphone Ownership and Internet Usage Continues to Climb in Emerging Economies
But advanced economies still have higher rates of technology use
Will Europe and the United States Gang Up on China?
The test of whether to grant Beijing market-economy status may be an interesting clue as to the future of transatlantic relations.
American Fear of China Weighs on U.S. Election
Asia is once again on the minds of the leading U.S. presidential candidates and the American public. Americans’ negative views of China are as strong as they have ever been.
2016 Election: American Foreign and Economic Policy Views Presentation
This presentation examines Americans’ foreign and economic policy views in the context of the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
It’s the Foreign Policy, Stupid
Presidential elections are almost always about the economy. 2016 is shaping up to be an exception.
Do Muslims around the world really hate the United States?
There’s a lot of anger out there toward America, but in some predominantly Muslim countries the trend lines are improving.
Asia’s pivotal role at the Paris climate talks
This year, according to a new Pew Research Center survey, individuals around the world overwhelmingly say they are concerned about global warming.
Wide Ideological Divides on Most Major Issues as Venezuela’s Elections Near
Venezuelans not keen to embrace Maduro or Chávez’s legacy
Who is afraid of climate change?
New polling shows strong public support among Europeans for an agreement on greenhouse gas emissions in Paris.
Why Inking a Global Climate Deal Is Such a Tricky Business
It doesn’t help that only 18 percent of Chinese think climate change is a very serious problem.
Asia’s views hold key to (lack of) climate change accord
Negotiators are gathering in Paris in the first two weeks of December to try to craft an international accord to deal with climate change.
2015 Democracy Survey Presentation
This presentation examines global public opinion on democratic principles, including religious freedom, gender equality, a free press, free speech and competitive elections.
Global Support for Principle of Free Expression, but Opposition to Some Forms of Speech
Americans Especially Likely to Embrace Individual Liberties
2015 Climate Change Survey Presentation
This presentation examines global public opinion about climate change. Using the Pew Research Center’s spring 2015 Global Attitudes survey, issues such as concern about climate change and support for action on climate change are addressed. It is based on 45,435 face-to-face and telephone interviews in 40 countries with adults 18 and older conducted from March […]