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(How important should each of the following be when the United States negotiates trade agreements with other countries?)...American competitiveness with other countries...Extremely important, very important, moderately important, slightly important, not important at all (Source: Associated Press-NORC Survey, Aug, 2018)


Subpopulation/Note: . * = Less than .5 percent.
25%
Extremely important

40%
Very important

25%
Moderately important

7%
Slightly important

2%
Not important at all

*
Don't know

1%
Refused

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Survey by Associated Press. Methodology: Conducted by AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, August 16 - August 20, 2018 and based on 1,055 online (internet), telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. 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. [31115431.00053] (View Citation)

Topics: DIPLOMACY ECONOMICS TRADE





(I'm going to read you some pairs of statements that will help us understand how you feel about a number of things. As I read each pair, tell me whether the first statement or the second statement comes closer to your own views--even if neither is exactly right.)...The best way to ensure peace is through military strength. Good diplomacy is the best way to ensure peace. (Source: Pew Research Center for the People & the Press Political Polarization and Typology Survey, Jan, 2014)


30%
The best way to ensure peace is through military strength

62%
Good diplomacy is the best way to ensure peace

8%
Both/Neither (Vol.)/Don't know/Refused

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Survey by Pew Research Center for the People & the Press. Methodology: Conducted by Abt SRBI, January 23 - March 16, 2014 and based on 10,013 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. 5,010 respondents were interviewed on a landline telephone, and 5,003 were interviewed on a cellphone, including 2,649 who had no landline telephone. Data collection was divided equally into three phases (A, B, and C) with independent samples, non-overlapping interview dates and separate weighting. Phase A: January 23-February 9, 2014 N=3,341; Phase B: February 12-26, 2014 N=3,337; Phase C: February 27-March 16, 2014 N=3,355. [USSRBI.061214.R025I] (View Citation)

Topics: DEFENSE DIPLOMACY

Dataset: USPEW2014-TYPO





Do you think the new Carter Administration will do a better job, not as good a job, or about the same kind of job in...Helping to negotiate a settlement in the Middle East...as the outgoing Administration did? (Source: Harris Survey, Nov, 1976)


22%
Better

20%
Not as good

40%
About same

18%
Not sure

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Methodology: Conducted by Louis Harris & Associates, November 13 - November 19, 1976 and based on 1,330 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. [USHARRIS.121676.R3G] (View Citation)

Topics: DIPLOMACY PRESIDENTIAL_APPROVAL FUTURE MIDEAST







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