Pew GAP 2017 Results Released

D3 is proud to announce that the Pew Research Center recently released results from their annual 2017 Global Attitudes Project (GAP) results, which include findings from countries where D3 managed data collection: Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, and Turkey.

A primary objective of the GAP initiative was to collect international opinions of the United States, President Donald Trump, and U.S. foreign policy, which was accomplished by surveying 40,448 respondents across 37 countries between February 16, 2017, and May 8, 2017.

D3 implemented the GAP survey in accordance with Pew’s strict methodological guidelines to ensure trend comparability, using both Paper and Pencil (PAPI) and Computer-Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI) data collection techniques.

More detailed information on the sampling methodologies implemented by country can be accessed on Pew’s website here.

The GAP results have already been cited internationally across major media outlets.  Read more in The Washington Post, The New York Times, NBC News, CNN, Reuters, NPR, Newsweek, and BBC.

Read the full report on Pew’s website here.

This entry was posted on June 27, 2017

Countries: Israel | Jordan | Lebanon | Turkey

Topics: Press, Politics & Foreign Policy | Research | Survey Methodology