Karl Friedhoff uses Chicago Council Survey data to provide a short list of things to keep in mind ahead of the Republican debate on January 14.
Karl Friedhoff looks at North Korea's fourth nuclear test and what it means for Americans and South Koreans.
Karl Friedhoff and Alex Lederman take a look at recent polling done in the Middle East on attitudes toward ISIS.
While Democrats and Republicans are at opposite ends of the spectrum in prioritizing climate change, Chicago Council Surveys going back to 2002 have shown longstanding public support for an international treaty to address the problem.
Recent polls in South Korea find ongoing youth dissatisfaction with political leadership and little hope for that to change in the long-term.
There is a renaissance in America’s interest in food and, more specifically, how food is produced. A new Chicago Council poll finds that contrary to the debate about hot-button issues like GMOs, antibiotics, and local food, the vast majority of Americans value food that is above all affordable, safe, and nutritious.
New Council survey data shows that US relations with Japan and South Korea are strong. But mutual distrust between Japan and South Korea continues, even as the United States encourages strengthened relations in the face of a rising China.
Soon-to-be-former Speaker John Boehner has shot down immigration advocates’ requests that he call a vote on immigration before he leaves Congress at the end of the month. But numbers from the 2015 Chicago Council Survey suggest that advancing a vote might not be a bad idea.
With the world seemingly lurching from one crisis to the next, foreign policy is bound to be a major issue in the 2016 presidential campaign. The 2015 Chicago Council Survey finds that while partisans share common concerns and goals, they prefer different approaches to US foreign policy.
South Korea is no longer sitting back and absorbing North Korea's provocations. A look at attitudes on identity and reunification among South Korea's youth suggests that in the future this will become the norm, not the exception.
Republicans have come out strongly against the Iran nuclear deal, and have also used it to slam their biggest Democratic rival for 2016, Hillary Clinton. But is the deal actually a problem for Clinton?
A new poll from Univision outlines the dearth of Latino support for Donald Trump.
The polling in Greece on the referendum missed the mark. Dina Smeltz, senior fellow for public opinion and foreign policy, offers a brief review of some of the issues driving the inaccuracy.
A majority of Americans support the broad outlines of an agreement with Iran to limit its nuclear program to civilian uses. While the public prefers a diplomatic solution, majorities also appear willing to use force to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear state.
As the United States and Cuba continue to work towards a normalization of the relationship, results from the new 2015 Chicago Council Survey show that Americans favor lifting the trade embargo on Cuba and believe the proposed changes in US-Cuba relations will benefit both countries.