Sep. 22, 2010

Brazilians Upbeat About Their Country, Despite Its Problems

Brazilians are relatively upbeat about the state of their country, although they still see serious challenges, including illegal drugs, crime and political corruption. And Brazilians are confident about their country’s place in the world: most say Brazil already is or will eventually be one of the world’s leading powers.

Sep. 22, 2010

Chapter 3. Brazil and the World

Brazilians are confident and optimistic about their country’s role on the world stage.  A large majority believe that Brazil is either already one of the world’s most powerful nations or that it will be eventually.  And overwhelmingly, Brazilians think their country has a positive international image. Most Brazilians express confidence in the foreign policy skills […]

Jul. 23, 2009

2009 Press Conference: Part 9

Q & A (continued)

Dec. 19, 2001

How the World Has Changed

Despite their deep differences over the causes and consequences of the terror attacks, opinion leaders in every region agree that Sept. 11 marked the beginning of a new chapter in world history. About eight-in-ten (78%) U.S. respondents, and virtually the same number elsewhere, believe that the terrorist attacks and subsequent conflict opened a new era. […]