What do Americans and Europeans think about the role their countries should play in the world, and what about transatlantic relations? A number of Transworld studies analyze the evolution of US and European public opinion in the last two decades. The studies not only focus on different policy domains – economy, security, environment and climate change, human rights and democracy, external views of transatlantic relations, but also include a unique comparison of mass and elite opinion.
To Agree or Disagree? Elite Opinion and Future Prospects of the Transatlantic Partnership, by Pierangelo Isernia and Linda Basile (27 June 2014, 54 p.)
How Do the Others See Us? An Analysis of Public Opinion Perceptions of the EU and USA in Third Countries, by Stefano Braghiroli and Luca Salini (27 June 2014, 18 p. + Annex, 165 p.)
The Meaning of Economy: US and EU Attitudes Towards Economy in Time of Crisis, by Danilo Di Mauro (27 June 2014, 19 p. + Annex, 41 p. .)
Attitudes Towards Environmental Issues: Empirical Evidence in Europe and the United States, by Darina Peycheva, Jana Pötzschke, Theron Delano Hall and Hans Rattinger (18 June 2014, 12 p. + Annex, 43 p.)
Attitudes Towards Human Rights and Democracy: Empirical Evidence in Europe and the United States, by Kristina Puzarina, Jana Pötzschke and Hans Rattinger (18 June 2014, 12 p. + Annex, 24 p.)
International Security Across the Atlantic: A Longitudinal Comparison of Public Opinion in Europe and the United States, by Philip Everts, Pierangelo Isernia and Francesco Olmastroni (31 May 2014, 26 p. + Annex, 35 p.)