File:Arab Opinion Poll 2010.pdf
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2010 Arab Public Opinion Poll
You will struggle to find any reference to this poll in the Western MSM. It's findings are emphatically NOT in accordance with "The Official Narrative" and thus, in spite of its authoritative nature, its findings are obfuscated, minimised or simply ignored.
The results of opinion polls conducted in six Arab states in July 2010 by Zogby International. It measures opinion on a range of subjects. It is produced each year in conjunction with the University of Maryland, the Brookings Institute and Zogby International.
Conducted by the University of Maryland
in conjunction with Zogby International
With special thanks to the Carnegie Corporation of New York
Shibley Telhami, Principal Investigator
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Saban Center at Brookings Anwar Sadat Professor for Peace and Development, University of Maryland 
EMBARGOED UNTIL 10:00 AM, THURSDAY 5 AUGUST 2010
Survey conducted June 29 -July 20, 2010
in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, and UAE
Sample size: 3,976
Margin of error: +/ +/- 1.6%
Key Poll Findings
Among the key poll findings are:
- A substantial change in the assessment of President Obama, both as President of the United States and of Obama personally.
- Remarkably stable views on the Arab-Israeli conflict and the prospects of its resolution
- A majority of the Arab public now see a nuclear-armed Iran as being better for the Middle East
Attitudes toward President Obama
Among the most striking findings on the question of attitudes toward President Obama: Early in the Obama administration, in April and May 2009, 51% of the respondents in the six countries expressed optimism about American policy in the Middle East. In the 2010 poll, only 16% were hopeful, while a majority - 63% - was discouraged.
Attitudes toward Iran
On Iran's potential nuclear weapons status, results show another dramatic shift in public opinion. While the results vary from country to country, the weighted average across the six countries is telling: in 2009, only 29% of those polled said that Iran's acquisition of nuclear weapons would be "positive" for the Middle East; in 2010, 57% of those polled indicate that such an outcome would be "positive" for the Middle East.
- Poll - Iran Nukes Positive for ME - Wikispooks Blog
- Brookings Institute - Poll Sponsors
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