Since 2013, the Aid Attitudes Tracker (AAT) and the Development Engagement Lab surveys measure opinions, feelings, attitudes and behavior on development in four countries: France, Germany, the UK and the US. This section is also developed using data from other surveys, notably the Eurobarometer, which is a poll carried out by European institutions to understand and compare opinions on development across European countries.
In this section, you will find various transversal themes related to development and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which provide a way to visualize and compare French, German, British and American opinions on development as well as views of other European countries.
Increase or decrease development aid? French, German, British and American viewsPublished 28 June 2022
Who knows the Sustainable Development Goals in France, Germany, the UK and the USA?Published 16 May 2022
Priorities for international development, as seen by the Americans, British, French and GermansPublished 26 August 2019
How effective do citizens think government aid to developing countries is?Published 26 August 2019
Helping those in poor countries: a particular priority for European citizensPublished 26 August 2019
How much admiration do people have for those working on global development issues?Published 26 August 2019
American, British, French and German views on poverty: national differencesPublished 26 August 2019
Similar views, but different actions on tackling global poverty in France, Germany, the UK and the (...)Published 26 August 2019
"Charity" Vs. "Grants" : French, German, UK and US views on giving money to those in needPublished 26 August 2019
Do citizens have any real power to reduce global poverty?Published 26 August 2019
How guilty do American, British, French and German people feel about the poor?Published 26 August 2019
American, British, French and German views on equal opportunities in lifePublished 26 August 2019
How much do American, British, French or German people trust their charitable organisations?Published 26 August 2019
Official development assistance: a ’moral’ question for American, British, French and German (...)Published 26 August 2019