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Americans' Approval of Supreme Court Near All-Time Low
Autor: Gallup
After an important term in which the U.S. Supreme Court made landmark decisions on cases involving voting rights, gay rights, and affirmative action, the institution's approval rating has declined to its lowest level since June 2005. Forty-three percent of Americans now approve of the Supreme Court, down six percentage points from September of last year. Slightly more Americans disapprove of the court (46%) than approve, which has happened only one other time since Gallup first asked this question in 2000.
Key Topline Findings and Trends
Autor: Globscan
It presents some of the most important topline findings and trends from Radar 2013, a 26-country public opinion study which updates and expands GlobeScan?s annual tracking of global public attitudes towards business in society.

Here, we focus on some top-level findings relating to public trust in institutions, expectations of companies, themes around communicating corporate responsibility, ethical consumerism, perceptions of different sectors? CSR performance, and public environmental concern and behaviour.

The full report, which will be made available to members at www.globescan.com/radar during June 2013, provides detailed analysis and interpretation, including per-country data, across all the themes contained in this year?s study.
Monitoring attitude change in over 30 countries
Autor: European Social Survey
In an age when European governance is changing and democratic engagement by citizens is in a state of flux, understanding attitudinal change takes on a new importance.
Each new survey in the series provides another layer of accurate data to inform academic debate and European governance.
It allows governments, policy analysts, scholars and members of the public to interpret how people in different countries and at different times see themselves and the world around them.
By adopting rigorous approaches to probability sampling, question-testing, event-recording, translation and response rate enhancement, the ESS has become the authoritative source of information about changing social values in a changing Europe.
With a view to exchanging best practice worldwide, all of the ESS?s protocols, methods, procedures and data are made immediately available to all on its website. It is transparent about both its shortcomings and its successes.
Exploring public attitudes, informing public policy
Autor: European Social Survey
Opinion Briefing: Brazilians' Growing Discontent
Autor: Gallup
Quick Summary: Protests that started in reaction to an increase in transportation fares have now ballooned to encompass a broad array of issues including corruption and discontent with the government. Some of Brazil's leaders are struggling to take stock of the situation. As Gilberto Carvalho, President Dilma Rousseff's secretary general, said during a congressional hearing, "It would be pretentious to say we understand what's going on." President Rousseff, though, believes she understands her citizens' grievances. She claims that, "The voices of the street want more citizenship, health, transport, opportunities."
Younger Americans´ library habits and expectations
Autor: Pew Research Center
Americans ages 16 - 29 are heavy technology users, including in using computers and internet at libraries. At the same time, most still read and borrow printed books, and value a mix of traditional and technological library services.
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