The Resource Worldviews 2002: American and European Public Opinion on Foreign Policy

Worldviews 2002: American and European Public Opinion on Foreign Policy

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Worldviews 2002: American and European Public Opinion on Foreign Policy
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Worldviews 2002: American and European Public Opinion on Foreign Policy
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This study is designed to measure attitudes of the general public toward foreign policy issues. First conducted in 1974, the Chicago Council on Foreign Relation's quadrennial public opinion survey is the most comprehensive and widely cited source of information on United States public and leadership attitudes on international relations and foreign policy. This year, for the first time, the German Marshall Fund of the United States partnered with the Chicago Council to undertake a parallel study in six European countries: Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, and the Netherlands. In particular, this study covered three topics: perceptions of citizens of the countries and the problems they face, the roles of the United States and the European Union (EU) in the world, and attitudes toward geopolitics and globalization. Regarding perceptions of citizens of the countries and the problems they face, respondents were asked to give their opinions on persisting friendliness of the countries toward each other, common perceptions of threats, support for multilateralism, readiness to use military force, resolve to combat terrorism, and support for NATO and its expansion. On the topic of the roles of the United States and the EU in the world, respondents were asked their feelings about United States leadership in the world, support for the EU playing a more prominent international role, whether the EU should become a superpower, and what role the EU should play militarily in the world. Concerning geopolitics and globalization, respondents were asked their opinions about Iraq, the Arab-Israeli conflict, Russia, the rise of China as a world power, the impact of globalization, and trade. Background information on respondents includes age, gender, position with respect to the liberal-conservative continuum, education, party preference, geographic region, and employment status
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  • Chicago Council on Foreign Relations
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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The German Marshall Fund of the United States
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Worldviews 2002: American and European Public Opinion on Foreign Policy
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  • 2002-06--2002-07
  • 3821
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ICPSR03821.v1
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Worldviews 2002: American and European Public Opinion on Foreign Policy
Publication
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  • 2002-06--2002-07
  • 3821
Control code
ICPSR03821.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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