Middle Easterners see religious and ethnic hatred as top global threat

Europeans and Americans focus on inequality as greatest danger

The report shows the results of a survey conducted in 44 countries among adults on perceived threats facing the world today. Amongst them were such threats as religious and ethnic hatred, inequality, the spread of nuclear weapons, pollution and infectious diseases.

  • Language: English
  • Released: October 2014
  • Source(s): Pew Research Center
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