CommentaryDecember 17, 2009

Little Support for Terrorism Among Muslim Americans

Recent events have raised questions about the threat of homegrown terrorism in the U.S., but survey results show that Muslim Americans overwhelmingly reject extremism.

CommentaryNovember 11, 2009

Americans and Western Europeans Agree on Afghanistan-Pakistan Extremist Threat

Americans and Western Europeans agree on the extremist threat from Afghanistan and Pakistan, but divisions remain over the Afghan war

CommentarySeptember 10, 2009

Declining Support for bin Laden and Suicide Bombing

Many fewer among Muslim publics express confidence in bin Laden or support violence against civilians in defense of Islam

Survey ReportsAugust 13, 2009

Pakistani Public Opinion

Pakistani public opinion has turned against al Qaeda and the Taliban, and no fewer than 69% of those polled express worry that extremists will take control of the nation. Ratings for President Asif Ali Zardari have also plummeted, as Pakistanis see their country in crisis.

Survey ReportsJuly 23, 2009

Confidence in Obama Lifts U.S. Image Around the World

The image of the United States has improved markedly in most parts of the world reflecting global confidence in Barack Obama. In many countries, opinions of the U.S. are now about as positive as they were at the beginning of the decade before George W. Bush took office.

CommentaryMarch 12, 2009

Few in Pakistan Support Extremists

But Few Favor Military Confrontation