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Title: Pew Research Center Poll: America's Place in the World III      
dateReleased:
08-26-2007
downloadURL: http://hdl.handle.net/1902.4/USPEW2001-APW
ID:
hdl:1902.4/USPEW2001-APW
description:
This survey covers the following issues and topics: George W. Bush job performance (10); Congress job performance (2); direction of country (2); America's most important international problem today (5); direction of world (2); greatest danger to United States (5); how closely followed certain news stories this past month (11); news sources about national and international issues (4); what grade would respondent give to news coverage these days (6); news media attention to foreign news (1); priorities for President Bush and Congress this fall (11); more confidence in President Bush/Democratic leaders in Congress to make wise decisions about how to deal with the nation's most important problems (1); leadership role of United States in the world (4); U.S. determination of its foreign policy (3); possible long- range foreign policy goals which United States might have (16); opinion of certain organizations (6); President Bush's recent address to nation about an important issue (1); projected U.S. government budget surplus for this year (4); U.S. spy plane collision with foreign fighter jet (2); Kyoto Protocol (2); name of Russian president (2); favor/oppose giving the president trade negotiating authority to reach international trade agreements that Congress can only approve or disapprove but not change (1); North American Free Trade Agreement/NAFTA (1); U.S. policies about trading with other countries (4); impact of what happens in other countries on respondent's life (4); globalization (13); 2000 presidential election (2); ever traveled to any countries outside United States besides Canada and Mexico (1); news media helps society to solve its problems/gets in the way of society solving its problems (1); criticism of political leaders by news organizations (1); news coverage of personal and ethical behavior of public figures (2); news organizations in general get the facts straight/are often inaccurate (1); news organizations deal fairly with all sides/tend to favor one side when dealing with political and social issues (1); news o rganizations are pretty independent/often influenced by powerful people and organizations (1); news organizations pay too much attention to good news/too much attention to bad news/report kinds of stories they should be covering (1); which phrases better describe news organizations (9); defense spending (1); world is now more dangerous/ less dangerous/about the same compared to ten years ago (1); danger of an attack with weapons of mass destruction (2); rogue/major nation is greater threat (1); domestic/foreign terrorist group is greater threat (1); Europe/Pacific Rim is most important to United States (1); name of missing Washington D.C. intern who had been romantically linked to a member of Congress (1); name of Congressman who has been romantically linked to a missing Washington D.C. intern (1); favor/oppose continuing to have U.S. troops deployed in Kosovo and Bosnia as part of a NATO peacekeeping force (1); China (1); sympathize with Israel/Palestinians (1); national missile defense system (2).
description:
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, 2007, "Pew Research Center Poll: America's Place in the World III"
name:
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press
homePage: http://www.harvard.edu/
name:
Harvard University
ID:
SCR:011273
abbreviation:
DataVerse
homePage: http://thedata.org/
name:
Dataverse Network Project
ID:
SCR:001997