Confidence in U.S. Foreign Policy Index: Volume 1 Summer 2005
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The inaugural edition of the Confidence in U.S. Foreign Policy Index finds the public's concerns are dominated by issues that all lead back to the central theme of Islam and the West. So far, public thinking on this problem is a disquieting mix of high anxiety, growing uncertainly about current policy, and virtually no consensus about what the country might do. In addition, the survey finds the problems of illegal immigration and protecting American jobs in a global economy resonate strongly with the public.