Country Global Citizenship Survey

The Global Citizens’ Initiative (TGCI) is an international NGO that brings together people and organizations to help address global issues. (www.theglobalcitizensinitiative.org )   

Our Country Global Citizenship Survey provides a channel for citizens around the world to register their opinion about their country’s ability to collaborate with other countries to solve global problems. We live in a world that is increasingly inter-dependent and inter-connected.  Yet paradoxically many countries are turning inwards led by leaders who foster nationalism and scorn global collaboration. TGCI questions the wisdom and long-term sustainability of this trend towards nationalism.

The Country Global Citizenship survey is an opportunity to register your opinion about the need for country-to-country global collaboration. We would greatly appreciate you taking a few minutes to answer the 12 questions in this survey.  You won’t be asked to provide your name or contact information. We have taken steps needed to protect the anonymity, privacy, and security of all respondents.  Results of the survey will be published as a position paper by TGCI and made available to all those who are interested.

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* 1. Do you think your country has a responsibility to collaborate with other nations to solve global problems, such as climate change, human rights, poverty and immigration?

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* 2. How would you rate your country’s current level of global collaboration?

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* 3. What do you think is the greatest barrier to increasing the ability of your country to work more collaboratively with other nations?

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* 4. Rate the ability of your country to comply with international agreements, conventions, and treaties.

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* 5. Which issues do you think requires the greatest degree of global collaboration in order to be addressed (Please rank order the following issues).

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* 6. Rank the following organizations according to your perception of their ability to support global collaboration among countries.

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* 7. Rank the following factors in the order they are likely to increase the ability of countries to collaborate with one another to solve global problems.

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* 8. What country do you live in?

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* 9. What is your gender?

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* 10. What is your age range?

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* 11. What is the highest-level education you completed?

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* 12. Which of the following categories best describes your employment status?

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