On October 6, 2016 the Chicago Council released its annual Chicago Council Survey in Washington, D.C. in partnership with the Wilson Center and the Washington Post.
The survey focuses on American attitudes towards foreign policy, with special attention paid to supporters of Donald Trump and how their attitudes differ from Americans overall, Democrats, and even the Republican Party.
The largest divides come on issues related to immigration, with smaller gaps on attitudes toward globalization and international trade. But there is very little difference on the role of the United States in the world, with clear majorities of all political stripes supporting an active US role in the world.
You can read the full report here: America in the Age of Uncertainty.