|Title:||Public Agenda Foundation Poll: Confidence in Foreign Policy Index--Volume 6 [USPAF2008-CFPI6]|
|Survey Firm:||Public Agenda Foundation|
|Study Date:||March 18-April 1, 2008|
Most important problem (1); world view of United States (12); national security (1); foreign relations (2); fighting terrorism (1); creating peaceful/prosperous world (1); war in Iraq (5); America achieving goals (24); worries (19); opinion on certain statements (4); realistic expectations (4); ability to handle problems (13); helping spread of democracy (1); important aspects of foreign policy (12); international trade (1); Israeli/Palestinian conflict (1); government telling More...
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|Usage Note:||Interviews were conducted by ICR.|
Public Agenda Foundation. Public Agenda Foundation Poll: Confidence in Foreign Policy Index--Volume 6, Mar, 2008 [dataset]. USPAF2008-CFPI6, Version 2. Public Agenda Foundation [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Feb-19-2018.
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