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Title: PIPA Poll: Public Opinion on Kashmir and Indo-Pakistani Relations      
dateReleased:
10-19-2010
downloadURL: http://hdl.handle.net/1902.4/MCUMARY2007-09A
ID:
hdl:1902.4/MCUMARY2007-09A
description:
This survey covers the following issues and topics: United States involvement in Pakistani/Indian relations (2); defense spending (1); handling Kashmir/Jammu problem (1); effectiveness of Indian government in protecting Muslims (2); occupied Kashmir affecting Pakistani economy (1); Pakistani government providing support on attacks on Indian civilians/occupying troops (2); threats to Pakistan/India (3); Osama bin Laden (1); government handling issues (5); American assurance to protect Pakistan against India (5); outcomes for occupied Kashmir (6); Kashmir affiliation preference (2); Pakistani military groups effecting Pakistani security (1); Pakistani military troops effecting people in occupied Kashmir (1); steps to free Pakistan territory in Indian control (3); justification in attacking certain people/groups (6); independent Kashmiri state (1); Chinese economy (2); trust in countries to accept responsibility (4); American international presence (2); Pakistani army entering federally administered areas in pursuit of al Qaeda/Taliban fighters (2); allowing American/foreign fighters to pursue al Qaeda/Taliban (2); using force to take over red Mosque (1); role of Shari'a (1); opinion of people in certain political offices (3); person to lead Pakistan (1); direction of Pakistani economy (1); Pakistani vs. Indian economy (1); self-identification (2); armed forces restrictions (1); governing Afghanistan (1); Pakistani government trying to stop Taliban (1); Pakistani cooperation with U.S. (2); threats to Pakistani interests (11); opinion of certain people (2); location of bin Laden (1); attempt to capture bin Laden if in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (1); groups with threatening activities (6); Pakistani government handling certain issues (6); U.S. goals (4); Pakistan obligated to protects Muslims in South Asia (2); American control of events in Pakistan (1); Durand Line (1); Afghanistan's position on Durand Line (1); approval of certain attacks (2); view on FATA (2); Talibanization of daily life (1); secularization of daily life (1); protecting ethnic minorities (2); groups/tanzeems providing social/community service (2); protecting religious minorities (2); justification of civilian attacks (1); justification of certain types of attacks (5); groups/tanzeems targeting civilians during fights in Kashmir (3); relationship between groups/tanzeems with Pakistani army/ intelligence agencies (1); 2007 general election (1); confidence in fair elections (1); importance of elected officials (1); Pakistan governed by elected officials (1); institutions serving people as a whole (10); Women's Protection Act (1); dealing with a criminal family member (1); affected by government corruption (1); army approval (3); influence of army (6); court independent from political/military authorities (2); respect for individual human rights (1); country being governed by Islamic principles (2); reformation of madrassas (1); making a good school (2); globalization (1); international trade (7); trust in certain countries (1).
description:
Program on International Policy Attitudes, 2010, "PIPA Poll: Public Opinion on Kashmir and Indo-Pakistani Relations"
name:
Program on International Policy Attitudes
homePage: http://www.harvard.edu/
name:
Harvard University
ID:
SCR:011273
abbreviation:
DataVerse
homePage: http://thedata.org/
name:
Dataverse Network Project
ID:
SCR:001997