Conducted almost a year after the 9/11 attacks, this Program on International Policy Attitudes poll on foreign policy features questions about defense spending and international relations. With the 2002 defense budget at around 331 billion dollars, this survey asks about allocation of funds, how to pay for increased spending, and spending to protect other countries. Foreign policy questions ask about the United States' dominant position and cooperation with other countries. The data was collected online from July 19th - 30th, 2002 of 1,369 panel poll respondents, and conducted by Knowledge Networks. Explore the questions and results of the PIPA Defense Spending and Foreign Policy survey in iPOLL, or analyze the data from the PIPA Defense Spending and Foreign Policy poll via RoperExplorer.
2002 PIPA Defense Spending and Foreign Policy Poll blog
May 17, 2006