Kull, Steven; Research Staff; Ramsay, Clay; Subias, Stefan; Lewis, Evan; Warf, Phillip
January 2003
World Public Opinion Poll - Region United States & Canada;2003, p1
The article provides information on the survey results regarding misperceptions on the media and the war in Iraq. In the January 2003 survey, it was detected that the majority considered that Iraq participated in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack and that a minority concluded that a "conclusive evidence" was seen for its participation. Moreover, a survey indicated that majority of the world public opinion contradicted the U.S. going to war with Iraq without the approval of United Nation.


Related Articles

  • The American Public on the 9/11 Decade: A Study of American Public Opinion.  // World Public Opinion Poll - Region United States & Canada;2011, p1 

    The article discusses a study on public opinion of Americans on the 9/11 decade. The respondents shared their views on the investments by the U.S. government in many different kinds of security efforts, military and civilian, in an effort to deal with terrorism. They debate on whether the war in...

  • GERMAN PUBLIC OPINION ON THE IRAQ CONFLICT: A PASSING CRISIS WITH THE USA OR A LASTING DEPARTURE? Haumann, Wilhelm; Petersen, Thomsa // International Journal of Public Opinion Research;Autumn2004, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p311 

    The Germans did not reject American policies toward Iraq only in the immediate run-up to the war in 2003. As this paper shows, they had already viewed with mistrust the American government's initial reactions to the attacks of September 11, 2001. During the war in Afghanistan this escalated into...

  • Iraq. Wagner, Anne // National Journal;7/3/2004, Vol. 36 Issue 27, p2118 

    Presents the results of a Gallup poll of U.S. citizens on the war with Iraq. Impact of the war on the country's risk from terrorism; Belief on the involvement of Saddam Hussein in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

  • Opening a New Century: 2000-2006.  // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2008, p684 

    An almanac entry for significant world events from 2000-2006 is presented. On September 11, 2001, hijackers crashed two jetliners into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City and another into the Pentagon outside Washington, D.C., while a fourth crashed in a field in...

  • THE END OF 9/11. Fallows, James // Atlantic;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 302 Issue 1, p82 

    The article focuses on the effects of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against the U.S. It explains that many of the effects are over, but mentions the lingering aspects of the apprehension associated with flight travel and the War in Iraq. The influence of discussing terrorism on the...

  • News Break. Wildman, Sarah // New Republic;9/9/2002 - 9/16/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 11/12, p12 

    Comments on the survey involving the impact of September 11 terrorist attack on the level of international-news consumption. Level of national opinion pertaining to the motives of initiating the terrorism; Understanding of value of international news to pay more attention to politics, to...

  • THE POLLS--TRENDS. Huddy, Leonie; Khatib, Nadia; Capelos, Theresa // Public Opinion Quarterly;Fall2002, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p418 

    This article reviews trends in public opinion polls to determine the scope, nature and etiology of U.S. reactions to the attacks since September 11, 2001. In reviewing the polls devoted to the events in September and their aftermath, earlier polls were analyzed to place recent public opinion in...

  • Terrorism. Glazer, Gwen // National Journal;9/16/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 37, p77 

    The article reports on public opinion polls on anti-terrorism in the U.S. It highlights that the approval ratings of President George W. Bush have decreased due to the administration's anti-terrorism efforts. Forty-six percent of the respondents in a Zogby poll believed that there was a link...

  • Chronicle of a War Foretold. Dickinson, Tim; Stein, Jonathan // Mother Jones;Sep/Oct2006, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p61 

    The article presents a chronicle of the war in Iraq. The blame for Iraq does not end with the Dick Cheney, President Bush, or even Donald Rumsfeld's Pentagon. Al Qaeda attacked on September 11. Pentagon's Defense Policy Board, chaired by Richard Perle and featuring Henry Kissinger and Newt...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics