From the COVID-19 vaccine to US foreign policy, our experts share their recommendations for the new administration.
With vaccination efforts under way, some hope that the end of the pandemic is in sight, while others feel uneasy due to distribution issues and immense pressures on the health care system.
Suzanne Akhras Sahloul discusses the positive impact of refugees and immigrants on communities in Chicago.
Large majorities of Americans now disapprove of the attack on the US Capitol, but Democrats and Republicans disagree about what the rioters were aiming to do and what to do next.
Karl Friedhoff examines the United States' nuanced understanding of policy options on North Korea's nuclear program.
Cities can use public spaces as a way to address structural challenges.
Brendan Helm, Craig Kafura, and Karl Friedhoff analyze views on COVID vaccinations, finding Americans are divided on whether to be vaccinated despite increasing availability.
Polls show an American public deeply divided along partisan lines in their interpretation of the events, who is to blame, and what should be done as a result.
In the battle between pathogen and host—whether a human or food crop—it’s often a deadly race to see who wins.
Dina Smeltz, Craig Kafura, Karl Friedhoff, Brendan Helm, and Alexander Hitch document the ups and downs of the public mood, sharing highlights of their 2020 research.