Thursday April 24th, 2014             A project managed by the Program on International Policy Attitudes

Comprehensive analyses of
public opinion
developed in partnership with
the International Institutions
and Global Governance
program at the
Council on Foreign Relations

The Global Economy
[UPDATED IN 2011]

Older analyses of US
public opinion on various
on the Americans and the
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Globalization/Trade

International Public Opinion on Globalization and Trade



Digest of Polls Shows Modest American Support For New Free Trade Agreements in Pacific





Indonesia and USA 'Most Entrepreneur-Friendly Nations': Global Poll





Sharp Drop in American Enthusiasm for Free Market, Poll Shows





Governments Misspend More Than Half of Our Taxes--Global Poll





Wide Dissatisfaction with Capitalism -- Twenty Years after Fall of Berlin Wall





Global Poll Shows Support for Increased Government Spending and Regulation





Publics Want More Aggressive Government Action On Economic Crisis: Global Poll





Americans Oppose Most Farm Subsidies





Economic System Needs 'Major Changes': Global Poll





Muslims Positive About Globalization, Trade





World Publics Say Oil Needs to Be Replaced as Energy Source





Erosion of Support for Free Market System: Global Poll





Widespread Unease about Economy and Globalization - Global Poll





World Public Favors Globalization and Trade but Wants to Protect Environment and Jobs





International Publics Strongly Favor Labor and Environmental Standards in Trade Agreements





Africans and Asians Tend to View Globalization Favorably; Europeans and Americans are More Skeptical





Peruvians Unsympathetic to Chávez, Morales





French Public Stands Behind Protests Against New Labor Law





Global Poll Finds Diverse Economic Perceptions





World Bank Receives Good Marks in World Poll