Dec. 18, 2008

Global Public Opinion in the Bush Years (2001-2008)

Once he takes office, President-elect Barack Obama will have to navigate a world that has grown highly critical of the United States. Since 2001, the Pew Global Attitudes Project has documented a decline in America’s international image amid widespread opposition to U.S. foreign policy.

Dec. 4, 2008

India

Global Optimism, Local Fears

Nov. 13, 2008

Global Media Celebrate Obama Victory – But Cautious Too

A Changed View of American Democracy

Oct. 7, 2008

Trickle-Down Global Economics

World Already Saw U.S. Influence as Negative

Jul. 22, 2008

The Chinese Celebrate Their Roaring Economy, As They Struggle With Its Costs

The 2008 Pew Global Attitudes survey in China finds that more than eight-in-ten Chinese are satisfied with their country’s overall direction and their national economy, a significant increase in contentment from earlier in the decade. But levels of personal satisfaction are generally lower than the national measures, and the poll suggests the Chinese people – who express concern about inflation and pollution – may be struggling with the consequences of economic growth.

Jul. 2, 2008

U.S. Traveler Advisory

Where in the World is the Welcome Mat Still Out?

Jun. 12, 2008

Global Economic Gloom – China and India Notable Exceptions

The latest Pew Global Attitudes survey finds some encouraging signs for America’s global image for the first time this decade. Although views of the United States remain negative in much of the world, favorable ratings have increased modestly since 2007 in 10 of 21 countries where comparative data are available. Many people around the world are paying close attention to the U.S. presidential election.

May. 5, 2008

All the World’s a Stage

Views of the U.S. in the Muslim World (from The National Interest)

Feb. 19, 2008

Global Views on Castro and Cuba

International Opinion Is Mixed On Castro’s Legacy