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Taken from: International Stability: What Ghanians are Thinking, 2006.

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United States the greatest threat to international stability?

Which two of the following countries do you think are the greatest threats to international stability? UNITED STATES

Taken from: International Stability: What Ghanians are Thinking, 2006.

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China the greatest threat to international stability?

Which two of the following countries do you think are the greatest threats to international stability? CHINA

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North Korea the greatest threat to international stability?

Which two of the following countries do you think are the greatest threats to international stability? NORTH KOREA

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Russia the greatest threat to international stability?

Which two of the following countries do you think are the greatest threats to international stability? RUSSIA

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Israel the greatest threat to international stability?

Which two of the following countries do you think are the greatest threats to international stability? ISRAEL

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Iran the greatest threat to international stability?

Which two of the following countries do you think are the greatest threats to international stability? IRAN

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Syria the greatest threat to international stability?

Which two of the following countries do you think are the greatest threats to international stability? SYRIA

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Iraq the greatest threat to international stability?

Which two of the following countries do you think are the greatest threats to international stability? IRAQ

Taken from: International Stability: What Ghanians are Thinking, 2006.

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Afghanistan the greatest threat to international stability?

Which two of the following countries do you think are the greatest threats to international stability? AFGHANISTAN

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Pakistan the greatest threat to international stability?

Which two of the following countries do you think are the greatest threats to international stability? PAKISTAN

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Not sure

Which two of the following countries do you think are the greatest threats to international stability? NOT SURE

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Other

Which two of the following countries do you think are the greatest threats to international stability? OTHER (SPECIFY)

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Actions by UN/Others not successful in reducing ethnic violence in Africa favor sending US troops

If actions by the United Nations or others are not successful in reducing ethnic violence in the Middle East region, would you favor sending United States military troops? ... (view details)

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Actions by UN/Others not successful in reducing ethnic violence in Middle East favor sending US troops

If actions by the United Nations or others are not successful in reducing ethnic violence in Africa, would you favor sending United States military troops? ... (view details)

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How much you agree/disagree with the idea of the US establishing permanent military bases in Africa to fight its war on global terrorism?

Please mark how much you agree or disagree with the idea of the United States establishing permanent military bases in Africa to fight its war on global terrorism. ... (view details)

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Which two of the following do you believe are most responsible for the growth of Islamic militancy?

Which two of the following do you believe are most responsible for the growth of Islamic militancy?

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Second most responsible for growth of Islamic militancy

Which two of the following do you believe are most responsible for the growth of Islamic militancy?

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Support institutions like ICJ is the right policy even if it would Limit US military options

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about political beliefs and principles: The support of institutions like the International Court of Justice is the right policy even if it would limit Am... (view details)

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Torture should not be allowed in interrogations even if information obtained could save lives.

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about political beliefs and principles: Torture should not be allowed in interrogations, even if information obtained could save many lives. ... (view details)

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If there is probable evidence the US violated international law then the US should be brought before an international court.

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about political beliefs and principles: If there is probable evidence the United States violated international law in the use of military force against ... (view details)

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It would be an excellent strategy if Muslims in the world community were more organized so that their views could be better represented in public policy.

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about political beliefs and values: It would be an excellent strategy if Muslims in the world community were more organized so that their views could be ... (view details)

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Although capitalism helped bring some prosperity to the western world it is not suited to accomplish the same thing today in most developing nations.

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about political beliefs and values: Although capitalism helped bring some prosperity to the western world, it is not well suited to accomplish the same t... (view details)

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Although democracy helped bring some prosperity to the western world it is not suited to accomplish the same thing today.

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about political beliefs and values: Although democracy helped bring some prosperity to the western world, it is not well suited to accomplish the same th... (view details)

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Each society or nation has a right to its own cultural and religious practices - for example its state's religious orientation.

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about political beliefs and values: Each society or nation has a right to its own cultural and religious practices -- for example, defining its state's r... (view details)

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There are no correct values that can be applied across all cultures, societies, and nations.

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about political beliefs and values: There are no correct values that can be applied across all cultures, societies, and nations. ... (view details)

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If other nations are unwilling to support America in its war against terrorism around the world then America has the right to do it alone.

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about political beliefs and values: If other nations are unwilling to support America in its war against terrorism around the world, then America has the... (view details)

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Many of the problems that now exist in the Middle East can be traced to misguided and flawed American foreign policies.

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about political beliefs and values: Many of the problems that now exist in the Middle East can be traced to misguided and flawed American foreign policie... (view details)

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In recent months there have been reports the US has set up and used torture centers in foreign countries as part of a strategy in its war on terrorism.

Please mark how much you agree or disagree with the following statement about United States: In recent months there have been reports the United States has set up and used torture centers in foreign countries as part of a strategy in its ... (view details)

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US has the right to illegally abduct suspected persons associated with terrorist groups and interrogate them as part of a strategy on its war on terrorism.

Please indicate how supportive you are of the United States in terms of the following statement: United States has the right to illegally abduct suspected persons associated with terrorist groups and interrogated them as part of a strategy... (view details)

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If countries support a particular international agreement, which the US disagrees with, the US must do what is in its own interests despite the consequences of the position of the international community.

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements: Even if the most other countries support a particular international agreement which the United States disagrees with, the United States must do what is ... (view details)

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Would you rather see a UN with additional authority over resolving international disputes including the US?

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements: Would you rather see a United Nations with additional authority over resolving international disputes including disputes involving the United States? ... (view details)

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To a great extent US history involved the oppression of Non-white people

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements: To a great extent, United States history involved the oppression of non-white people ... (view details)

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Attacks against US during past decade by Islamic fundamentalists are justified legitimate grievances against US policies.

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements: The attacks against United States during the past decade by Islamic fundamentalists are justified by legitimate grievances against U.S. policies and pra... (view details)

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The US is a racially prejudice country

Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements: The United States is a racially prejudiced country. ... (view details)

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Prior to the 2003 Invasion of Iraq by US and coalitional forces did Iraq have WMD and was a threat to the US?

Prior to the 2003 invasion of Iraq by U.S. and coalition forces, in your opinion did Iraq have weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and was a threat to the United States? ... (view details)

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In 2003 of the Iraq Invasion, did you think the US and coalitional forces were liberators or occupiers?

In 2003 of the Iraq invasion, did you think the U.S. and coalition forces were liberators or occupiers?

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Thinking about the hardship and suffering some people have endured, since the invasion of Iraq, do you think the overthrow of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein was worth it or not worth it?

Thinking about the hardship and suffering some people might have endured since the U.S. and British invasion of Iraq, do you think the overthrow of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein was worth it or not worth it? ... (view details)

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Is Iraq much better off today, somewhat better off, or somewhat worst off?

Is Iraq much better off today, somewhat better off, or somewhat worse off?

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Should the US and British military forces leave immediately, next few months or, should they stay longer?

Should the U.S. and British military forces leave Iraq immediately, next few months, or should they stay longer?

Taken from: International Stability: What Ghanians are Thinking, 2006.

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Considering the idea the US has not found WMD do you think the US should be brought before an international court for war crimes against the Iraqi people?

Considering the idea the U.S. has not found weapons of mass destruction (WMD), do you think the U.S. should be brought before an international court for war crime against the Iraqi people? ... (view details)

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Do you think Islam is resistant to modernity?

Do you think Islam is resistant to modernity?

Taken from: International Stability: What Ghanians are Thinking, 2006.

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Do you think Islam is supportive of democratic ideals?

Do you think Islam is supportive of democratic ideals?

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Do you think the disagreement between Islam, democracy, and capitalism is related to a clash of cultures or ideology and history?

Do you think the disagreement between Islam, democracy, and capitalism is related to a clash of cultures or ideology and history?

Taken from: International Stability: What Ghanians are Thinking, 2006.

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Do you think US President George W. Bush's administration has a policy of democratizing the region of the Muslim world?

Do you think U.S. President George W. Bush's administration has a policy of democratizing the region of the Muslim world?

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Do you think a United States policy of democratizing the region of the Muslim world will increase or decrease violent aggression against western interests?

Do you think a United States Policy of democratization of the region of the Muslim world will increase or decrease violent aggression against western interests? ... (view details)

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Given the situation of unequal power, Palestinian attacks on Israeli civilians are a legitimate way of pressuring Israel.

Please mark how much you agree or disagree with the following statement about Israel and the Palestinians: Given the situation of unequal power, Palestinian attacks on Israeli civilians are a legitimate way of pressuring israel. ... (view details)

Taken from: International Stability: What Ghanians are Thinking, 2006.

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When considering the situation of unequal military power, Iraqi resistance and attacks on US military and coalitional forces are legitimate ways of pressuring the United States.

Please mark how much you agree or disagree with the following statements about Iraqi resistance and the United States: When considering the situation of unequal military power, Iraqi resistance and attacks on U.S. military and coalitional... (view details)

Taken from: International Stability: What Ghanians are Thinking, 2006.

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When considering the situation of unequal military power, Iraqi resistance and attacks on US backed Iraqi government forces are legitimate ways of pressuring the interim Iraqi goverment.

Please mark how much you agree or disagree with the following statements about Iraqi resistance and the interim Iraqi government: When considering the situation of unequal military power, Iraqi resistance and attacks on U.S. backed Iraqi ... (view details)

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How often, if at all, do you perceive that close friends or associates are hesitant to express their views because they might be contrary to "Popular Views"?

How often, if at all, do you perceive that close friends or associates are hesitant to express their opinions becuase they might be contrary to "popular" positions? ... (view details)

Taken from: International Stability: What Ghanians are Thinking, 2006.

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