Poll Archive

Date:  December 28, 2011

If Yemen’s President Ali Abdullah Saleh indeed requires medical treatment, should he be admitted to the United States on that basis alone?

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State:  Closed

Date:  December 13, 2011

How, if at all, should countries supportive of the Syrian opposition assist them in their quest to dislodge the government of Bashar al-Assad?

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State:  Closed

Date:  November 22, 2011

To quell the latest unrest, do you think Egypt’s military rulers will relinquish power in favor of a civilian caretaker government?

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Date:  November 16, 2011

Could mass army defections in Syria mark a turning point in the country's anti-government uprising?

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State:  Closed

Date:  October 31, 2011

Do you support the decision of UNESCO member countries to accept the Palestinians into the U.N. body?

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State:  Closed

Date:  October 24, 2011

How do you think Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi did die?

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State:  Closed

Date:  September 26, 2011

Which body should get to determine the recognition of countries by the United Nations?

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Date:  September 19, 2011

Do you support the Palestinians’ recognition bid at the United Nations?

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State:  Closed

Date:  September 12, 2011

Is Israel’s growing isolation in the Middle East due to anti-Israel sentiments, its own actions and policies or a combination of both?

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State:  Closed

Date:  September 05, 2011

Would a U.N. recognition of Palestinian statehood help or harm efforts for a negotiated Israeli-Palestinian peace settlement?

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State:  Closed

Date:  August 30, 2011

What do you think Syrian protesters should do for their uprising to succeed?

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State:  Closed

Date:  August 22, 2011

What do you think should happen to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi?

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Date:  August 15, 2011

Do you think that after U.S. troops leave Iraq, the country will end up as a “failed state?”

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Date:  August 08, 2011

Could Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad still introduce reforms that would allow him to remain in power or is it too late?

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Date:  August 01, 2011

If the bloodshed in Syria continues, what do you think will be President Bashar al-Assad’s most likely fate?

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Date:  July 25, 2011

Is last week's attack in Norway part of a worrisome trend of increasing right-wing, anti-Muslim sentiment?

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Date:  July 18, 2011

What is the single most important thing the U.S. could do to improve its generally negative standing in the Arab world?

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Date:  July 04, 2011

What effect do you think will recently imposed US and EU sanctions have on Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad?

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Date:  June 27, 2011

The International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Libya’s Col. Gadhafi and relatives. What will happen?

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Date:  June 20, 2011

How, if at all, should the international community respond to the unrest in Syria and its increasing human cost?

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Date:  May 30, 2011

Do you think the United Nations General Assembly should take a vote on Palestinian statehood in September?

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Date:  May 23, 2011

Do you think there ever will be an independent Palestinian state living in peace and side by side with Israel?

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Date:  May 19, 2011

How much impact do you think President Obama's speech on US-Middle East policy will have on the region?

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Date:  May 06, 2011

Was the U.S. justified in conducting a unilateral military operation against Osama bin Laden in Pakistan?

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Date:  May 05, 2011

Should President Obama have released a post-mortem photo of Osama bin Laden?

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Date:  May 02, 2011

What does bin Laden's death mean to you?

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Date:  May 02, 2011

What effect will the death of Osama bin Laden have on al-Qaida’s future?

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Date:  April 25, 2011

How should the international community react to the recent violent crackdown against anti-government protesters in Syria?

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Date:  April 18, 2011

Do you think the international media has failed in its responsibility to cover the situation in Bahrain in a balanced way?

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Date:  April 11, 2011

What does a Muslim woman’s face veil represent for you?

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Date:  March 22, 2011

Are the risks of nuclear energy too high?

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Date:  March 21, 2011

Libya - what would you do if Moammar Gadhafi does not stop his assault on opposition forces and you were in charge of the international coalition?

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State:  Closed

Date:  March 18, 2011

Are you satisfied with the information the Japanese government is providing about the nuclear crisis?

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State:  Closed

Date:  March 14, 2011

Egypt’s Constitutional Referendum

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Date:  March 07, 2011

Conflict in Libya

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Date:  March 01, 2011

Should other countries intervene militarily in Libya?

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State:  Closed

Date:  February 28, 2011

What will happen next in Libya?

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State:  Closed

Date:  February 17, 2011

When should Egypt's Emergency Law end?

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Date:  February 11, 2011

When do you think Egypt can hold legitimate elections?

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State:  Closed

Date:  February 11, 2011

What should Egypt's protesters do?

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State:  Closed

Date:  February 10, 2011

Is President Mubarak's plan the best way forward?

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State:  Closed

Date:  January 29, 2011

What should President Mubarak do?

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State:  Closed

Date:  January 19, 2011

Tunisia – the first? Do you think that other governments in the Middle East or Africa may fall because of popular protests?

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