As attention returns to Gaza, majorities view a breakthrough in negotiations as unlikely in the foreseeable future.
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit aroused Beijing’s ire—but more important may be the long-term trends in Taiwanese attitudes.
In the aftermath of Jan. 6, some polls show a significant minority support using force to achieve political aims in some circumstances.
If the United States and China are competing over global public opinion, who’s winning, and where?
Turks may be considering realigning eastward amid negative views on Western alliances.
Is the looming economic crisis influencing the public’s preferred response to the war in Ukraine? Recent polling suggests it's possible.
Abe Shinzo’s assassination shocked the nation. Will constitutional revision be on the post-election agenda?
While Americans may support a retaliatory strike if the United States is attacked, Council polls reveal they oppose using nuclear forces to defend allies.
“A series of radical rulings makes America’s exhortations about promoting democracy ring hollow,” write Senior Fellows Elizabeth Shackelford and Dina Smeltz.
The majority of countries polled in a recent 53-nation study hold negative views of Russia following its invasion of Ukraine.