Younger Americans are more confident in US power vis-a-vis China and are more likely to oppose restrictions on scientific and educational exchanges between the two.
Recent data shows Americans prefer diplomatic options first, but there is also record support for defending Ukraine.
One year later, Americans remain divided over what happened on January 6, 2021. But they're united in concerns about future political violence.
It's been a busy 2021. Recap the year with the survey team's analyses of public opinion on the most critical issues at home and around the world.
Xuefei Ren argues that cities in China and India are more aptly compared in territorial vs. associational governance than by regime type.
Despite majority approval among Democratic public, congressional Democrats struggle to pass immigration reform.
Chicago Council Surveys have found that Americans are largely supportive of humanitarian intervention, but this varies in specific cases.
Polling finds that Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza have different preferences regarding a solution to the conflict with Israel.
There is no understanding geopolitical competition in the 21st century without an understanding of urbanization and cities.
China's evolving economy and geopolitical strategy affect infrastructure and cities worldwide: witness the launch of the China-Laos Railway.