Help Generate Buzz!

This social media toolkit is designed to help foster the spread of The Chicago Council's Survey of American Public Opinion on US Foreign Policy via Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and more. 

The official/preferred hashtag is #2015CCS 

Live Stream

We will live stream the Washington, DC, release event from the W Hotel at 12 noon EDT. 


You can also watch it here on the Council's website:

Key Accounts

The Chicago Council on Global Affairs @ChicagoCouncil, Facebook, LinkedIn

POLITICO @politico, Facebook, LinkedIn

Ivo Daalder; President, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs  @IvoHDaalder

Susan Glasser; Editor, POLITICO  @sbg1

Dina Smeltz; Senior Fellow, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs  @RoguePollster

Michael Crowley; Senior Foreign Correspondent, POLITICO  @michaelcrowley

Craig Kafura; Research Associate, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs  @ckafura

Karl Friedhoff; Fellow, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs  @KarlFriedhoff

Click to tweet!

For more than 4 decades, the @ChicagoCouncil has polled the US public on #foreignpolicy. See the 2015 data: #2015CCS

New @ChicagoCouncil Survey → Across party lines, majorities favor an active US role in world affairs: #2015CCS

Nearly 8 in 10 Dems support citizenship path for illegal immigrants. How about GOP? @ChicagoCouncil survey: #2015CCS

#climatechange is the most polarizing issue in American public opinion, acc. to new @ChicagoCouncil survey: #2015CCS

53% of Republicans support sending troops into Iran if #IranDeal is violated. Read more via @ChicagoCouncil→ #2015CCS

81% of Dems favor diplomacy for achieving US foreign policy goals, according to new @ChicagoCouncil survey → #2015CCS

View cyberattacks on US as critical threat: 71% Dems; 68% Reps; 67% Indep; Via @ChicagoCouncil #2015CCS Learn more:

While 6 in 10 Dems label #climatechange critical threat, no more than 2 in 10 Repubs feel the same. Source: #2015CCS

.@ChicagoCouncil Survey → 80% of US public thinks military superiority = effective for US foreign policy. #2015CCS

Public concern about Islamic fundamentalism has increased 15% since 2014, says new @ChicagoCouncil survey: #2015CCS

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