Showing posts with label Opinion Polls. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Opinion Polls. Show all posts

Friday, March 01, 2024

Media review: 55% of Chinese respondents say US irresponsible in handling of Palestinian-Israeli conflict

    Friday, March 01, 2024   No comments

A recently published survey conducted by the Global Times Institute at the end of 2023 showed that about 55 percent of Chinese respondents believed the US was being "irresponsible" in handling the ongoing Palestinian-Israeli conflict in Gaza, which has already killed about 30,000 people. About 42 percent of global respondents said the US is unable to properly handle the Gaza and Ukraine crises at the same time. 

According to the global survey, in the majority of Western countries, including Australia, US, UK, France, Germany, and in three African countries, at least 30 percent of the respondents believe the conflict will expand into a larger Middle East war, with Indonesia registering the highest number of responses in the affirmative at 44 percent, and Turkey, Kenya, and South Africa following close behind at 40 percent.

Wednesday, January 10, 2024

The Washington Institute: Hezbollah's popularity and support for Hamas have risen in Lebanon

    Wednesday, January 10, 2024   No comments

The American "Washington Institute" conducted an opinion poll in Lebanon, and found that there was an increase in Hezbollah's popularity compared to the last poll conducted in November 2020, and that support for Hamas was more widespread in Lebanese society.

The Institute conducted this survey in the aftermath of the “Al-Aqsa Flood” saga and the escalation between the Israeli forces and Hezbollah, during the period extending from November 14 to December 6.

The Washington Institute poll showed that 79% of the Lebanese express a positive opinion of Hamas, while perceptions of a military solution to the conflict with the occupation, rather than a “political solution,” are much more widespread in Lebanon than in other Arab countries.

As for the position on the United States of America, the poll found that most Lebanese, specifically 71%, do not agree with the idea that Washington “is still in the best position to help end the war in Gaza.”

The institute also noted that there is “a noticeable shift in Lebanese society, away from the United States and towards other powers,” as the percentage of those who agree that their country “cannot rely on the United States these days, and therefore must look more to Russia or China.” As partners, it rose by 17 points.


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