Spring 2017 Survey Data
38-nation survey conducted February 16 – May 8, 2017
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Publications from this dataset:
Digital divides remain, both within and across countries
Deep political divides in many nations on satisfaction with news media; greatest is in the U.S.
Most do not expect Syrian war to end in 2018
Current economic conditions a key factor in assessing progress
Broad public satisfaction with economy; declining support for U.S.
Experts share public’s concern about international threats, worry more about transatlantic relations in Trump era
Public sees threats abroad amid declining views of U.S.
But many also endorse nondemocratic alternatives
Favorable views predominate; most say helping poor should be top priority
Duterte and his war on drugs are seen positively by most Filipinos
Widespread dissatisfaction with economy and political leaders
But few see Russian power and influence as a major threat
Concern about cyberattacks, world economy also widespread
But balance shifts in eyes of some key U.S. trading partners and allies
America still wins praise for its people, culture and civil liberties
Majority says Russia has improved its international standing, but views of the economy are mixed and corruption is a concern
But many back empowering national governments on migration and trade, and they want their own vote on EU membership
But many are pessimistic about children’s future
Public split on whether to trust current national government
European faith in American military support largely unchanged
In case of conflict, most Americans back using force to defend Asian allies against China