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Richard Wike is Associate Director of the Pew Global Attitudes Project, where he conducts research and writes about politics and international public opinion on a variety of topics. He also represents the project to external audiences, including appearances on NBC, CNN, BBC, France 24, NPR, and Voice of America. Prior to joining Pew, Wike was a Senior Associate for international and corporate clients at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research. He conducted research and provided strategic advice to international political campaigns and corporations, including work in the UK, Hungary, and Romania. Before joining Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, he held positions at Macro International and Schapiro Research Group. He received his BA from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and his PhD in Political Science from Emory University, where he also taught courses on voting behavior and public opinion, political parties, legislative politics, and American politics. He has received additional training at the Ohio State University and the University of Michigan. His articles on politics and public opinion have appeared in several publications, including ForeignPolicy.com, The National Interest, Harvard International Review, Journal of Politics, Social Science Quarterly, and the International Journal of Public Opinion Research, as well as the websites of CNN, BBC, and CBS News.