Before the last presidential debate tonight, test your knowledge of the worldwide image of the United States and President Barack Obama, with our new 10-question Global IQ Quiz. 

Before the last presidential debate tonight, test your knowledge of the worldwide image of the United States and President Barack Obama, with our new 10-question Global IQ Quiz

The Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project has a new report out today, “Deepening Economic Doubts in India.”
In addition to providing new analysis on Indian attitudes, values and views on relationships with other nations, the report also finds that majorities in India and Pakistan support improved relations, as per the chart above.
Click here for the full report. 

The Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project has a new report out today, “Deepening Economic Doubts in India.”

In addition to providing new analysis on Indian attitudes, values and views on relationships with other nations, the report also finds that majorities in India and Pakistan support improved relations, as per the chart above.

Click here for the full report. 

    Survey results released today by the Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project find that views about the economic balance of power have shifted dramatically from 2008-2012.  In 2008, a median of 45% named the U.S. as the world’s leading economic power, while just 22% said China. Today, only 36% say the U.S., while 42% believe China is in the top position. Read the full report.  


    Survey results released today by the Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project find that views about the economic balance of power have shifted dramatically from 2008-2012.  In 2008, a median of 45% named the U.S. as the world’s leading economic power, while just 22% said China. Today, only 36% say the U.S., while 42% believe China is in the top position. Read the full report.