An international poll commissioned by King’s indicates that before nations can tackle several global challenges they first must understand and bridge the gap between their divergent opinions.
The poll, conducted in September by Ipsos MORI, asked a total of 7,055 adults, ages 16 to 64, in eight countries two questions online – to identify ‘the two or three greatest challenges’ that face a) the world, and b) their own country.
Responses varied greatly, with more people in developing nations generally concerned about pollution and global warming and climate change, as global challenges. Residents of western nations were more likely to cite the economy.
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