The Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project conducts public opinion surveys around the world on a broad array of subjects ranging from people’s assessments of their own lives to their views about the current state of the world and important issues of the day. Nearly 400,000 interviews in 63 countries have been conducted as part of the project’s work.

Dec. 15, 2010

Global Publics Embrace Social Networking

Computer and Cell Phone Usage Up Around the World

Dec. 2, 2010

Muslim Publics Divided on Hamas and Hezbollah

Most Embrace a Role for Islam in Politics

Oct. 20, 2010

Indians See Threat From Pakistan, Extremist Groups

America's Image Remains Strong

Sep. 22, 2010

Brazilians Upbeat About Their Country, Despite Its Problems

Most See Brazil as Rising Power

Sep. 7, 2010

Turks Downbeat About Their Institutions

Even Military Less Well-Regarded

Aug. 12, 2010

Mexicans Continue Support for Drug War

Sense of Progress and Support for U.S. Involvement Decline

Jul. 29, 2010

Concern About Extremist Threat Slips in Pakistan

America's Image Remains Poor

Jul. 8, 2010

Widespread Support For Banning Full Islamic Veil in Western Europe

Most Americans Disapprove

Jul. 1, 2010

Gender Equality Universally Embraced, But Inequalities Acknowledged

Men’s Lives Often Seen as Better

Jun. 17, 2010

Obama More Popular Abroad Than At Home, Global Image of U.S. Continues to Benefit

Muslim Disappointment

Feb. 4, 2010

Mixed Views of Hamas and Hezbollah in Largely Muslim Nations

Little Enthusiasm for Many Muslim Leaders