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(Here are some pairs of opposite phrases.) Which phrase do you feel better describes...the news media you use most often? Would you say...the news media you use most often protect democracy, hurt democracy, or neither applies? (Source: Associated Press-NORC Trust in News Media Survey, Mar, 2017)


Subpopulation/Note: Asked of half sample. * = less than .5 percent
48%
Protect democracy

20%
Hurt democracy

31%
Neither applies

*
Don't know

1%
Refused

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Survey by Associated Press. Methodology: Conducted by AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, March 8 - March 27, 2017 and based on 2,036 telephone and online interviews. Sample: National adult. 1702 respondents were interviewed online, and 334 by telephone. Interviews were conducted both online using a self-administered design and by telephone using live interviewers. All interviews were conducted among participants in AmeriSpeak, a probability-based panel designed to be representative of the national US adult population run by NORC at the University of Chicago. Panel participants without Internet access were interviewed via telephone by professional interviewers under the direction of NORC. NORC's AmeriSpeak Panel provides a representative panel of civilian, non-institutional adults (age 18 and over) living in the United States. [USAP.052417N.R09DB] (View Citation)

Topics: PRESS DEMOCRACY





(Do you favor or oppose US (United States) using the following methods to encourage greater democracy in the following countries?)...(Put diplomatic pressure on the government to become more democratic, speak out against its lack of democracy, and encourage other countries to do the same.)...Saudi Arabia (Source: PIPA/Knowledge Networks/Chicago Council on Foreign Relations Poll, Sep, 2005)


Subpopulation/Note: Asked of Forms C & D (1/2 sample).
12%
Favor strongly

36%
Favor somewhat

26%
Oppose somewhat

13%
Oppose strongly

13%
No answer

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Survey by Chicago Council on Foreign Relations. Methodology: Conducted by Program On International Policy Attitudes, University of Maryland, September 15 - September 21, 2005 and based on 808 online interviews. Sample: National adult. The poll was fielded by Knowledge Networks using its national panel which is randomly selected from the entire national population and subsequently provided Internet access, if needed. [USUMARY.092905.R34G] (View Citation)

Topics: DIPLOMACY DEMOCRACY MIDEAST

Dataset: USUMARY2005-09





(Now, I am going to read you a list of things that the United States funds as part of its foreign aid programs. For each one, please tell me whether you think spending on this should be increased, decreased, or kept about the same.)...Strengthening democracy and human rights (If increased/decreased, ask:) (Is that increased/decreased a great deal or somewhat?) (Source: Global Engagement Survey, Dec, 2001)


27%
Increased great deal

28%
Increased somewhat

4%
Decreased somewhat

2%
Decreased great deal

35%
Kept about same

3%
Don't know/refused

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Survey by Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation. Methodology: Conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research and Public Opinion Strategies, December 4 - December 6, 2001 and based on 1,000 telephone interviews. Sample: National registered voters. [USGREEN.01GLOBE.R063] (View Citation)

Topics: SPENDING DIPLOMACY DEMOCRACY RIGHTS







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