A blog on public opinion, probabilities, and all things data from the Lester Crown Center on US Foreign Policy.
With high-profile suspensions of the AstraZeneca and Johnson and Johnson vaccine, fear of potential side effects and uneven efficacy of vaccine rollouts are causing concern for some.
As the United States and Iran work on a path back to the Iran nuclear deal, what do Americans and Iranians think about the agreement?
Council and IranPoll surveys find that Iranians and Americans think the United States handled COVID-19 poorly, while Iranians are proud of their country’s response.
Outbreaks continue to emerge even as vaccinations increase; some countries feel safe to engage in more normal activities while others introduce new restrictions.
Survey data from several surveys in China show that the Chinese people are largely satisfied with their country's response to the pandemic.
Survey data shows that Russians are more likely than Americans to say that their nation's government handled the coronavirus pandemic effectively.
While China might be losing friends in many countries, it still has the support of the Russian public.
While some countries are beginning to see a light at the end of the tunnel, others continue to struggle through the crisis as case numbers remain elevated.
It has now been a year since many nations began to implement restrictions due to the pandemic. As the global health crisis drags into its second year, more people seek the vaccine as a way to return to normal.
Brendan Helm discusses President Biden's new sanctions on Moscow due to Alexei Navalny's arrest.