Explore the Pew Research Center and Council of Foreign Relations’ “America’s Place in the World“ poll dataset. This survey deals with foreign and domestic policy issues, perceptions of which countries are most dangerous, public health problems, and terrorism. The global role of the United States abroad is examined, including in military, economic, and political capacities. How comfortable would Americans be with competing superpowers? Does the U.S. do too much in solving world problems? Approval of Barack Obama and his policies are also examined.
The data was collected from October 30th – November 6th, 2013 of 2,003 national adults via both landline and cell phones. Explore the results and questions of the America’s Place in the World poll in iPOLL, or analyze the data from the America’s Place in the World survey via RoperExplorer.