The Financial Times/Harris Poll (FT/Harris Poll) launched in June, 2006 when the results from the question, "Which one, if any, of the following countries do you think is the greatest threat to global stability?" were published by the Financial Times. The FT/Harris Poll has received worldwide attention ever since.
What is the Financial Times/Harris Poll?
Quarterly, the Financial Times editors identify a subject and collaborate with Harris Interactive to develop ten questions to be fielded online among adults in France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, and Spain.
The FT/Harris Poll covers topics of great interest, not only in these countries but worldwide as well. These topics include:
- Climate change
- Political beliefs and attitudes
- Economic activity
The study is fielded among the Harris Interactive online panel of double-opted-in respondents - those who have agreed to be members of the Harris Poll Online and to be invited to participate in surveys.
The results from the quarterly FT/Harris Poll are published by the Financial Times. You may need to register on FT.com to read the articles highlighted below - but all related data tables can be accessed on the following link:
View all available US and Europe data tables.