2010年7月30日星期五

民調:多數巴基斯坦人仇視美國 不信任奧巴馬

多數巴基斯坦人視美國為敵人:調查
Most Pakistanis see US as an enemy: poll

(AFP) – 10 hours ago

WASHINGTON — A majority of Pakistanis view the United States as an enemy, oppose the US-led war in Afghanistan and are less concerned about the Taliban and Al-Qaeda than a year ago, a Pew Research poll said Thursday.

Despite billions of dollars in economic and military aid received from Washington, the United States' image in Pakistan was the lowest among the 22 nations included in the 2010 Pew Global Attitudes Survey of 2,000 Pakistanis taken between April 13-28.

Fifty-nine percent of the respondents described the United States an enemy, with 17 percent having a favorable view and only 11 percent considering it a partner, the poll said.

Only eight percent trusted US President Barack Obama to do the right thing in world affairs, the lowest rating of the 22-nation survey, and only 20 percent had a favorable view of Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari, down from 64 percent two years ago.

Most Pakistanis also oppose US involvement in neighboring Afghanistan, with 65 percent saying US and NATO troops should be withdrawn as soon as possible, and relatively few believe the Taliban and Al-Qaeda pose a serious threat to their country.

Only 25 percent thought it would be bad for Pakistan if the Taliban were to again take over Afghanistan, while 18 percent thought it would be a good thing and 57 percent said it did not matter or had no opinion.

The respondents were less concerned about either group getting the upper hand in Pakistan: the Taliban was rated as a serious threat by 54 percent, against 73 percent last year, and Al-Qaeda's threat perception fell to 38 percent, from 61 percent.

Nevertheless, Pew noted, both groups still had an overall negative image in Pakistan with the Taliban getting a 65 percent unfavorable rating and Al-Qaeda 53 percent.

When asked which was the bigger threat, Taliban, Al-Qaeda or India, 53 percent chose neighboring India over 23 percent for the Taliban and only three percent for Al-Qaeda.

Despite Washington's poor rating, most Pakistanis (64 percent) believe it is important to improve relations with their powerful ally, up from 53 percent last year, Pew Research said.

And about their own country, 84 percent of the Pakistanis surveyed by Pew were dissatisfied with the state of their nation; only 14 percent were satisfied.

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民調:多數巴基斯坦人仇視美國 不信任奧巴馬
2010年07月30日14:52
來源:中國日報網站

  據伊朗媒體7月29日報道,一項最新公布的民意測驗結果顯示,多數巴基斯坦人仇視美國,反對阿富汗戰爭。

  皮尤調查中心(Pew Research Center)的這份民調對2000名巴基斯坦人進行了調查,結果顯示65%的受訪巴人希望美軍和國際部隊盡快撤出阿富汗。另外,盡管美國加大了對於巴基斯坦的經濟援助,但是還是僅有8%的受訪巴人對奧巴馬持信任態度。美國的國家形象在巴人眼中也是被調查的22國中最差一個。

  這份民調還顯示受訪巴人對塔利班和基地組織的關切度較之2009年有所下降,但是對美國無人機轟炸的反對度依然如故。

  據悉,自2004年以來,美軍總共在巴基斯坦境內實施了146次無人機轟炸,其中50次發生在2010年。(楊潔)
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