Spring 2013 Survey Data
39-Nation Survey Conducted March 2 - May 1, 2013
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Publications from this dataset:
Improving Hospitals, Dealing with HIV/AIDS are Top Issues
Compare Values across 40 Countries
Young Especially Opposed to Censorship
Richer Nations Are Exception
Cell Phones Nearly Ubiquitous in Many Countries
In a Rapidly Graying World, Japanese Are Worried, Americans Aren’t
Economic Outlook More Positive in Africa than Europe or Middle East
Widespread Concern about Drugs and Gangs at Home
Mixed Views of Saudi Influence, Record on Civic Freedoms
Many Also Worried about Inflation, Inequality, Corruption
Robust Support in America, Especially among Democrats
Doubts about Democracy; Most Support Political Role for Islam
Much Diminished Support for Suicide Bombing
Negative Views Widespread in Mideast and Europe
Most French Approve
But Many See China Becoming World’s Leading Power
China and South Korea Very Negative Toward Japan
Opposition Still Widespread to Tehran Obtaining Nuclear Arms
Greater Acceptance in More Secular and Affluent Countries
Not Optimistic about Economy or Certain They Are Better Off Post-Mubarak
No Love for Assad, Yet No Support for Arming the Rebels
Fewer See Better Life North of the Border, but 35% Would Migrate