Spotlight: Public Opinion

Views of Russia Fall to Levels Not Seen Since Cold War


The Chicago Council released new public opinion survey results showing that American views of Russia have been less positive now than at any time since the Cold War. Learn more.

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At NAFTA’s Platinum Anniversary: American Attitudes toward Cross-Border TiesAt NAFTA’s Platinum Anniversary: American Attitudes toward Cross-Border Ties3/24/2014 

Survey Findings: Mexicans and Americans Want Focus on Security, Understand Importance of TradeSurvey Findings: Mexicans and Americans Want Focus on Security, Understand Importance of Trade2/14/2014 

Survey Finds Bipartisan Support for Immigration Reform among Midwestern Business LeadersSurvey Finds Bipartisan Support for Immigration Reform among Midwestern Business Leaders2/3/2014 

Americans Reluctant to Trust ChinaSurvey Findings Indicate Americans Reluctant to Trust China6/7/2013 

Public Impressions of Illegal Immigration Flows ExaggeratedNewly released Chicago Council public opinion survey findings on immigration5/6/2013 

American Views toward MexicoNew Chicago Council Survey Finds American Opinion of Mexico Mixed4/29/2013 

American Views on North KoreaChicago Council Survey3/7/2013 

Report on the US-ROK AllianceChicago Council Survey12/13/2012 

Informed Midwesterners More Likely to Support Immigration ReformChicago Council Survey12/6/2012 

American Views on Energy PolicyChicago Council Survey11/1/2012 

PUBLIC OPINION FELLOW

Dina SmeltzDina Smeltz
Senior Fellow on Public Opinion and Foreign Policy

 

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