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Polls: U.S. Is ‘The Greatest Threat to Peace in the World Today’

BY ANDREW CHEETHAM ON 9 AUGUST 2017 GMT
https://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.’



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Neocons Have Been Destroying Sovereign Nations for 20 Years........
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Neocons Have Been Destroying Sovereign Nations for 20 Years, Yugoslavia, Libya, Syria

BY ANDREW CHEETHAM ON 9 AUGUST 2017 GMT
https://www.davidicke.com/article/422780/neocons-destroying-sovereign-nations-20-years-yugoslavia-libya-syria




‘A resource-rich, socialist-led, multi-ethnic secular state, with an economic system characterized by a high level of public/social ownership and generous provision of welfare, education and social services.

An independent foreign policy with friendship and good commercial ties with Russia, support for Palestine and African and Arab unity – and historical backing for anti-imperialist movements.

Social progress in a number of areas, including women’s emancipation.

The above accurately describes the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya and the Syrian Arab Republic. Three countries in three different continents, which had so much in common.

All three had governments which described themselves as socialist. All three pursued a foreign policy independent of Washington and NATO. And all three were targeted for regime change/destruction by the US and its allies using remarkably similar methods.’



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Polls: U.S. Is ‘The Greatest Threat to Peace in the World Today’

BY ANDREW CHEETHAM ON 9 AUGUST 2017 GMT
https://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.’



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Gullup International : 74 percent of Serbs are considered dangerous to America, "Kosovo" is first among those who love the United States



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For 74 percent of Serbian citizens, the US is a destabilizing factor in the world, while according to the estimate of 63 percent, or 59 percent of citizens, Russia and China have a positive influence on the world scene, about the relationship to the four superpowers - the US, Russia, China and the EU. in 54 countries.

A negative opinion on the role of the United States and Russia has 56 percent and 52 percent of the 52,494 respondents in 54 countries. The predominantly negative opinion of the respondents also affects China's impact - 42%, while only the EU stands out with a positive net of plus 14, which is the difference between 45% of people with positive and 31% with negative opinions - Galup states.

According to the survey, the US has a global net score of minus 28, Russia from minus 25, China from minus 11, while the only positive result is the EU.

Serbia ranks third among the top five countries whose citizens have a predominantly positive attitude about the influence of international politics in Russia and China, while residents of its southern province - Kosovo are the first on the list of those who most favorably assess the influence of the United States and the EU on world stability.

Among the first five countries sharing the opinion of the citizens of Serbia about Russia are residents of Kazahtstan, Russia, India and Vietnam. These two latter, however, among the countries that have the most positive opinion about the US.

Finland, Kosovo, Australia, Spain and the United Kingdom have the most opposite, or extremely negative attitudes toward Russia and China, which shares the fifth place with Korea. Finland and Austria have a markedly negative attitude towards the United States.

The most positive attitude towards the United States is in Kosovo, followed by the Philippines, Albania, Vietnam and India, while Finland, Austria, Turkey, Switzerland and Germany are the most affluent, according to a survey by which 56 percent of people negatively see the US influence on world conditions.

According to Gallup's research on the question of what they think of China's international policy - whether it stabilizes or destabilizes the world, 42% of respondents have a negative opinion.

Citizens of Nigeria, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Ghana and Jordan have the most positive attitude to the Chinese influence, apart from the citizens of Serbia, and the most negative respondents living in Korea, Vietnam, Japan, Canada and Mexico, Australia and Finland.

The citizens of Kosovo are the first in the world among those who have the most positive views about the EU, followed by the inhabitants of Albania and Vietnam, followed by Georgians, Romanians and Bulgarians.

The EU is a destabilizing factor for the world according to the estimates of the residents of Mexico, Russia, Turkey and BiH and Pakistan.

The research has shown that attitudes about the influence of the four powers are different from country to country, and regionally.



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Serbian citizens see the US as the enemy, Kosovo's biggest problem


Posted: 09/19/2019

Half of citizens believe that the US is the enemy of Serbia, and that good relations should be built with both the US and Russia, according to a poll published by the Institute for European Affairs.

A quarter of Serbian citizens rate Serbia-US relations with the lowest rating, a third give a rating of 3, 5.9% a rating of 4, while 4.9% of citizens give a highest rating of 5. On a scale of 1 to 5, relations between the two countries are rated with an average rating of 2.34 . Higher ratings are given by women and citizens under 30.
Half of Serbian citizens consider the US to be the enemy of Serbia (over 60 years of age, with the decline in the number of those who share this view), 22% say they are friends, and 28% do not know how to respond.
57% of citizens consider it important for Serbia to have good relations with both Russia and the USA, while 40.9% state that we should have good relations with Russia (men, respondents up to 30 years of age and the number of citizens who share this paragraph). 4.3% of citizens give priority to relations with America.
About 43% of citizens believe that in the future, Serbia-US relations will be better and this attitude is more strongly represented by women over the age of 45, while the number of those who think that the relations between Serbia and the USA will be better decreases with the increase of education. About 47% of citizens think there will be no improvement in relations, according to a survey by the Institute for European Affairs.
When asked what would improve relations between Serbia and America, 21.6% said it was a solution to the Kosovo issue, 12.8% said it would happen if Kosovo returned to Serbia, 10.8% cited NATO's apology and war damages, 9 , 7% do not know how to answer and 8.1% think it is Serbia's EU accession.
Almost half of Serbian citizens (49%) believe that Donald Trump's visit would improve Serbia-America relations, while 41% think otherwise. The opinion that the visit would have positive effects are mostly citizens over the age of 45, respondents with completed primary education, as well as respondents from Central Serbia.
The survey showed that the largest number of citizens are informed about relations between Serbia and America by television (39.4%), 22.2% cite internet portals, 16.4% by print media, 9.7% are informed by social networks, 6. 2% via friends and colleagues, 3% by radio, and 3.2% of citizens are not informed at all on this topic.

Source: Beta



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