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Survey: Obama Still Popular in Europe, Romney Unknown to One-in-three

Transatlantic Trends: Merkel rated favorably for crisis leadership; Europeans like EU, not euro; Americans think Europe more important than Asia; Americans, Europeans want to avoid Syria

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Economic Crisis Continues to Shape Views of National Leaders, Economic Policy

The economic crisis continues to impact respondents’ lives and influence their views of their national leaders and their respective economic policies.

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U.S., European Immigration Views Stable Despite Economic Crisis and Arab Spring

The Transatlantic Trends: Immigration 2011 Report has found that public stances on immigration have not changed notably in the last year.

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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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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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Americans and Europeans Support Spending Cuts, Feel Impact of Crisis

When Europeans were asked in the 2011 Transatlantic Trends survey whether they would prefer to decrease, maintain current levels, or increase government spending, half of those in the EU (50%) preferred to decrease spending. At the same time, Americans (61%) were also much more likely to want to decrease spending than either of the other options.

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