My goal with these questions is not to influence the people I am asking, but to understand.
I try not to give my own opinion during the interview. If asked, I tell them I will answer any questions once the interview
is finished. Is this a scientific study? No, I am just trying to get a better understanding of what people around
the world think by asking the people I come across. These questions here are different from the original questions I
asked when I started this process. I make adjustments to the questions based upon how the interviews go and feedback
from the people I interview. I plan on sharing some of the powerful and moving responses I have gotten on my website.
If you like, feel free to answer the questions and send them to me. If you have any suggestions, please let me know.
Date, Current Location
Name, From, Age
Married? No, want to marry?
If so, how many? How many do you want?
Education (degree or at what age did you stop going to school)
What is your number one concern today?
What is your number one concern for the future?
What is your dream?
What do you think is the cause of poverty? What do you think is the solution?
What do you think is the cause
of corruption? What do you think is the solution?
What do you think about globalization?
What do you think about
the state of the environment?
What do you think about the changes in your culture?
What do you think about the changes
in other cultures?
What do you think of foreigners?
What is the one thing you would want someone to know about your
What is your opinion of the United States?
Would you live in the United States if you were given the chance?
If you had one message to give to the people of the United States, what would it be?
If you had one message to give
to the people of the world, what would it be?
What is the cause of terrorism? What is the solution?
If you were
to change one thing in your life, what would it be?
Is there a question that you feel I should have asked, but did not?