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NATO - Transatlantic Trends survey showed support for the Alliance
A major recent survey has found that broad support
for NATO across its members states still stands strong. Now
in its ninth year, the Transatlantic Trends “Key Findings 2010” compared
public opinion across 11 European Union countries, the United
States and Turkey.
The survey examines public opinion on topics such as the Euro and the EU, the rise of Asia, and Turkeyand the West. In a section on transatlantic security, a majority of American and EU respondents said NATO was essential for their country’s security.
The EU and American majority also believed that NATO should be prepared to act outside of Europeto defend members from security threats.
Transatlantic Trends is a comprehensive annual survey of American and European public opinion carried out by the German Marshall Fund of the United States and the Compagnia di San Paolo, based in Italy. Polling was conducted between 1 and 29 June 2010.
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