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Survey: Transatlantic Majorities Want to See NATO Engaged in Territorial Defense; Want to Provide Economic and Political Support for Ukraine Even at Risk of Continued Conflict with Russia – But not Arms

In advance of the 13th annual survey launch Wednesday, September 10, Transatlantic Trends pre-releases a selection of results ahead of the 2014 Wales Summit.

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Transatlantic Trends Reveals Urban-Rural Divides in Europhilic Russia

This year for the first time, the annual Transatlantic Trends survey measured public opinion in Russia.

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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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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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Survey: Americans Say Asia More Important Than Europe

The 10th annual Transatlantic Trends survey out today reveals that Americans may be turning their focus away from Europe, as a majority of U.S. respondents said that their national interests lie more with the countries of Asia than with the European Union.

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