Poll Release: American Attitudes on Immigration, Civil Rights, and Surveillance (2017)

Posted by Arab American Institute on January 27, 2017 in Blog

The Arab American Institute (AAI) released a new Zogby Analytics poll tracking American Attitudes toward immigration, civil rights, and surveillance on Friday, January 27, 2017.

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Key Findings 41% of Americans, including 52% of Democrats and 44% of Independents, believe we should proceed with the plan to resettle Syrian refugees. 59% of Democrats and a plurality of Republicans and Independents believe that undocumented immigrants, with no criminal record currently living and working in the United States should have a path to legal status....

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Plurality of Americans Stand with Refugees and Undocumented In Contrast to Policies Outlined by President Trump

Posted on January 27, 2017 in Press Releases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                       Jan 27, 2017                                                                                     Contact: Jennifer Salan, 202-429-9210 / jsalan@aaiusa.org     Plurality of Americans Stand with Refugees and Undocumented In Contrast to Policies Outlined by President Trump   (Washington)...

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American Attitudes on Immigration, Civil Rights, and Surveillance (2017)

Posted on January 27, 2017 in Reports

The Arab American Institute (AAI) released a new Zogby Analytics poll tracking American Attitudes toward immigration, civil rights, and surveillance on Friday, January 27, 2017.

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Key Findings 41% of Americans, including 52% of Democrats and 44% of Independents, believe we should proceed with the plan to resettle Syrian refugees. 59% of Democrats and a plurality of Republicans and Independents believe that undocumented immigrants, with no criminal record currently living and working in the United States should have a path to legal status....

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Al-Majallah/AAI Poll (1998)

Posted on January 04, 2012 in Reports

On April 3, 1998, 81 U.S. Senators (out of 100) sent a letter to U.S. President Bill Clinton insisting that he not use public pressure against Israel in an effort to break the impasse in the Middle East peace process.

A recent poll of U.S. voters, however, demonstrates that this one-sided view held by the U.S. Congress is totally out of touch with U.S. public opinion on Middle East issues.

The poll, commissioned by Al Majallah Magazine and the Arab American Institute (AAI) of Washington, D.C., was conducted by the New York firm of Zogby International. From April 19 to...

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Attitudes of U.S. Voters Toward Saudi Arabia (2003)

Posted on January 04, 2012 in Reports

Poll surveys American opinion on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, compares data from similar surveys done in past years.

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Related Material: US Attitudes Toward Arabs Show Some Positive Change

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Attitudes of the American Public Toward the Recent Arab-Israeli Dispute (2002)

Posted on January 04, 2012 in Reports

Zogby International conducted interviews of 1,005 likely voters chosen at random, nationwide. Conducted from April 2 to 4, the poll surveyed opinion on the Arab Israel conflict. Margin of error is +/- 3.2%.

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Related Material: U.S. Opinion and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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U.S. Attitudes Toward Arab Countries and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (2000)

Posted on January 04, 2012 in Reports

American voters are demonstrating an increasingly favorable attitude toward Arab countries. Commissions by Abu Dhabi Television and AAI the poll interviewed 1012 randomly selected U.S. voters from December 18 to 21, 2000. The poll has a margin of error of +/- 3.2%.

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Related Material: New Year Begins with High-Ratings for Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, U.S. Opinion and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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U.S Public Opinion Supports Palestinian Right to Return (2000)

Posted on January 04, 2012 in Reports

American voters support the implementation of Palestinian rights in any future Middle East peace agreement. A survey of 890 likely voters nation-wide shows 66 percent of Americans support the Palestinians right to independent statehood - with only 13 percent opposed.

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Related Material: American Support For Palestinians Grows

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Nationwide Poll of U.S. Voters on Attitudes Toward Crisis in The Middle East Peace Process (1997)

Posted on January 04, 2012 in Reports

U.S. Public Opinion is overwhelmingly decided that Israel Should "stop building the new settlement (at Jabal Abu Ghnaim) and restart peace talks with the Palestinians." This poll was conducted for As Sharq Al Awsat and AAI by Zogby International.

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Related Material: As Peace Process Drifts, US Public Opinion Shifts Toward Balance

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Dole‘s Jerusalem Effort Receives Little Public Support (1995)

Posted on January 04, 2012 in Reports

The AAI Poll conducted by the John Zogby Group of New York was the first such survey of U.S. public opinion attitudes towards the status of Jerusalem. The poll surveyed 900 registered voters from July 17 to 20, 1995 and had a margin of error of +/- 3.3%

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