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America's Image and Operations, Post 9/11: Pew Surveys International "Opinion Leaders" (Survey Introduction, Summary, Methodology and Full Results)

The Pew Research Center for the People & the Press has initiated


"The Pew Global Attitudes Project," a series of worldwide public-opinion
surveys that will measure the impact of globalization, modernization, rapid
technological and cultural change and recent terrorist events on the values
and attitudes of 30,000 people in 25 countries worldwide. It will be
conducted and released over the coming two years.


The first survey, focused on attitudes about U.S. post-11 September image
and operations (particularly military), was restricted to "opinion leaders"
(defined in "Survey Methodology") in select countries (Below geographic
designations are Pew's) -

United States
Asia: Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korean and the Philippines
Eastern Europe: Poland, Russia and the Ukraine
Western Europe: France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom
Middle East/Conflict Area: Egypt, Pakistan, Turkey and Uzbekistan
Total Non-U.S.: All surveyed countries, plus Nigeria and South Africa

Pew grouped States by region, and included an "All [surveyed] Islamic
States" category.

Regardless of whether or not one agrees with this premise, it is noteworthy
that "Commenting on public sentiment in their countries, opinion leaders in
most regions say U.S. policies are believed to be a principal cause of the
Sept. 11 attack".

Survey Introduction and Summary:
America's Image Post 9/11:
Survey Methodology and Full Results:

Nathaniel Hurd
Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR)
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