In his latest piece for the Huffington Post, Dr. James Zogby discusses the results of recent polls gauging Arab attitudes toward Iran, and tracking the region's ever-widening divisions. All of this is presented in the light of recent P5+1 talks, in which the U.S. and Iran have given priority to their ongoing nuclear negotiations.
Thomas Friedman, Op-Ed Columnist for the New York Times, cited the newest Zogby Research Services poll in his recent piece about violence in Iraq and the region's history of sectarian conflict. The article can be found at the link below:
Nearly 5 years ago, President Obama delivered his landmark speech in Cairo - a speech that was largely received with enthusiasm by an Arab world ready for a new era of U.S. policy. In a new poll conducted in seven Arab countries, Zogby Research Services (ZRS) looks at the major issues driving Arab attitudes toward the United States today, including U.S. policy on the Syrian conflict, Egypt's interim government, negotiations with Iran, the two-state solution, and U.S. commitments to improving ties with the Arab World.