Support In Europe for Sharing Management of North African Migrantation Crisis

According to the Transatlantic Trends: Immigration 2011 Report, a majority of European respondents supported sharing the management the North African migration crisis.

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Most Americans Support Federal Enforcement of U.S. Immigration Laws

The Transatlantic Trends: Immigration 2011 Report showed strong public support for Federal enforcement of U.S. immigration laws.

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American and European Public Still Overestimating Immigrant Numbers

The Transatlantic Trends: Immigration 2011 Report showed that Americans and Europeans continue to largely overestimate the percentage share of immigrants in their countries.

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More Europeans Support Granting the EU Greater Authority on Immigration Issues

According to the Transatlantic Trends: Immigration 2011 report, European support for allowing the EU to set national-level immigration numbers increased in 2011

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Most Turks Hold Negative View of U.S. and EU Despite Warmer Feelings

Although Turkish feelings for the EU and United States warmed somewhat over the past year, a majority of Turks still view the EU and United States unfavorably.

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While Most Americans Support Libya Intervention, Europeans are Divided

According to the 2011 Transatlantic Trends survey, most EU respondents were, on average, evenly divided on the intervention in Libya, with 48% approving and 47% disapproving, while a majority of U.S. respondents (59%) approved of international intervention.

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Most Americans, Europeans Pessimistic About Afghanistan but Support NATO

While a transatlantic opinion gap still exists on certain security topics, the survey also revealed notable shifts in public opinion on some key security policies.

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Survey: American and European Youth Favor China

The 2011 Transatlantic Trends Report has revealed that a generation gap has emerged among Americans with regard to China. Young people in the United States viewed China more positively than older Americans. Close to three-in-five (59%) Americans between the ages of 18-24 had a favorable opinion of China, but that favorable opinion was only shared by 33% of the […]

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