New polling reveals that little has changed in terms of South Korean attitudes towards the US-South Korea military alliance.
Nationwide surveys conducted by IranPoll show that although Iranians say their country should not develop nuclear weapons, they have lost confidence in the nuclear agreement.
Attitudes of foreign policy opinion leaders and the public in the Trump Era.
The American public is now less concerned about the threat posed by North Korea.
A Chicago Council survey completed January 10–12 shows that as tensions with Iran have risen, Americans see an increased need to keep watch over the Middle East by maintaining a troop presence there.
2019 Chicago Council Survey data provide insight into how Millennials view key foreign policy issues compared with previous generations.
Results of a Chicago Council Survey find that more Americans think the January 3 drone strike that killed Iranian Quds Force Commander Quasem Soleimani has made the United States less safe.
A survey shows more Americans now oppose expanding the US-Mexico border wall since last asked in 2016.
A large majority (92%) of the South Korean public supports their country’s alliance with the United States, largely unchanged since 2014.
This report says that Americans remain supportive of the US military presence in Japan.