The Arab-Israeli Conflict in US Opinion Surveys, by Samir Abu Rumman, ACPRS: Doha, 574pp. 2013
The Arab Centre for Research and Policy Studies (ACRPS) has recently published a new book by Samir Abu Rumman, entitled The Arab-Israeli Conflict in US Opinion Surveys.
The book investigates public opinion trends in the United States toward the Arab-Israeli conflict from 1991-2008.
The publication of the book, according to ACRPS press release, comes as an attempt to answer a number of questions, such as: what are the commonalities and differences between the various US opinion surveys related to the conflict in the Middle East? Do Americans' opinions vary between one issue and another? What are the reasons behind these variations? Does the US opinion on these matters change over time? What are the factors affecting all these variables?