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Tables and Charts on Other Related Data



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Public Priorities in the Allocation of the US Federal Budget (September 2000):

A poll by the University of Maryland's Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA) asked a representative sample of the US population how they would allocate the federal budget. Among other things, they would triple the spending on the UN!

To view the results, click here.

Public Attitudes about Paying UN Dues:

Shows that Americans have consistently favored paying UN dues, with some qualifications.

To view the graph from 1996-1998, click here.

UN Finance in Comparitive Perspective:

A table that compares UN spending with other transactions and budget items, showing how very small the UN items actually are.

To view the table, here.


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