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Quote from: David Icke Bot on Aug 09, 2017, 05:56:14 AMtest editPolls: U.S. Is 'The Greatest Threat to Peace in the World Today'BY ANDREW CHEETHAM ON 9 AUGUST 2017 GMThttps://www.davidicke.com/article/422763/polls-u-s-greatest-threat-peace-world-today'However, now, on August 1st of 2017, Pew Research Center has issued results of their polling of 30 nations in which they had surveyed, first in 2013, and then again in 2017, posing a less-clear but similar question (vague perhaps because they were fearing a similar type of finding — embarrassing to their own country, the U.S.), in which respondents had been asked "Do you think that the United States' power and influence is a major threat, a minor threat, or not a threat to (survey country)?" and which also asked this same question but regarding "China," and then again but regarding "Russia," as a possible threat instead of "United States." (This wasn't an open-ended question; only those three nations were named as possible responses.)On page 3 of their 32-page pdf is shown that the "major threat" category was selected by 35% of respondents worldwide for "U.S. power and influence," 31% worldwide selected that for "Russia's power and influence," and also 31% worldwide said it for "China's power and influence." However, on pages 23 and 24 of the pdf is shown the 30 countries that had been surveyed in this poll, in both 2013 and 2017, and most of these 30 nations were U.S. allies; only Venezuela clearly was not. None of the 30 countries was an ally of either Russia or China (the other two countries offered as possibly being "a major threat"). And, yet, nonetheless, more respondents among the 30 sampled countries saw the U.S. as "a major threat," than saw either Russia or China that way.'Read more: Polls: U.S. Is 'The Greatest Threat to Peace in the World Today'
Quote from: Al Bundy on Feb 04, 2020, 04:39:55 PMFake Polls ?