|Title:||PIPA/Anwar Sadat Chair Poll: The American Public and the Arab Awakening [USUMARY2011-04]|
|Survey Sponsor:||Program on International Policy Attitudes/Anwar Sadat Chair, University of Maryland/US-Islamic World Forum|
|Survey Firm:||Knowledge Networks|
|Study Date:||April 1-5, 2011|
Demonstrators in Arab popular uprisings (2); increased democracy in Middle East (1); United States response to popular uprisings (5); effect of democratic Middle East on US (2); effects of popular uprisings (5); amount of Arab violent extremists (1); importance of Muslim relations (1); diplomatic efforts in Palestinian-Israeli conflict (1); taking side in Israeli-Palestinian conflict (1); opinion of various countries (9); Islamic countries as democratic (2); supporting opposing More...
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Program on International Policy Attitudes/Anwar Sadat Chair, University of Maryland/US-Islamic World Forum. PIPA/Anwar Sadat Chair Poll: The American Public and the Arab Awakening, Apr, 2011 [dataset]. USUMARY2011-04, Version 2. Knowledge Networks [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed May-22-2018.
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