Via Dani Rodrik:
In developed countries, those who have this view of unfairness [that the benefits and burdens of “economic developments” have not been distributed fairly among the population] are more likely to say that globalization is growing too quickly – especially in France, Italy, Spain, South Korea, Japan, and Germany (and to a lesser extent Britain and the US).
In contrast, in some developing countries, those who perceive such unfairness are more likely to say globalization is proceeding too slowly. These include Turkey, the Philippines, Indonesia, Brazil, Kenya, Mexico and the countries of Central America.
With this result:
The view that globalization is growing too quickly is especially widespread in Egypt (77%), UAE (77%), Australia (73%), China (72%), Spain (68%), and France (64%).
The only countries with majorities saying that globalization is growing too slowly are the Philippines (71%), Turkey (71%), Indonesia (53%), and Brazil (51%). [I think they forgot Portugal for some reason /JC]
Source: World Public Opinion (the report as a pdf)
Update: Brad deLong on a slightly related subject – the development in income inequality.