PublicationsApril 4, 2008

Most Americans Unfamiliar with Petraeus, Rice Remains Popular

Summary of Findings Gen. David Petraeus has played a pivotal role in crafting the U.S. military strategy in Iraq, but he is an unfamiliar figure to most Americans. On the eve of Petraeus’ congressional testimony on the situation in Iraq, a solid majority (55%) says they do not know enough about the top U.S. commander […]

DatasetsApril 4, 2008

March 2008 Pope Benedict Omnibus

PublicationsApril 3, 2008

On Eve of Visit, Pope Benedict Still Unknown to Many Americans

Summary of Findings Two weeks before his first visit to the United States as spiritual leader of the Catholic Church, Pope Benedict XVI continues to be viewed favorably by a majority (52%) of Americans, which is virtually unchanged from August 2007 (50%). However, the pope remains unfamiliar to a relatively large number of Americans: Three-in-ten […]