A blog on public opinion, probabilities, and all things data from the Lester Crown Center on US Foreign Policy.
While government officials reaffirm the importance of the US-Saudi relationship, the American public expresses generally chilly feelings towards Saudi Arabia.
Old habits die hard for Russian elders, but younger Russians may be beginning to look West.
Republicans are more concerned about China's rise than ever before.
New Chicago Council-Japan Institute of International Affairs data find the Japanese public has greater confidence in US economic and military power than do Americans.
New surveys find that Americans are willing to pay more for fuel in order to support Ukraine.
Public surveys about Taiwan's willingness to fight an invasion by China don't reveal as much as one might think.
Fifty years ago, US President Richard Nixon traveled to China and established the basis for a normalization of relations between the two powers. Are we due for another transformation?
Data suggest that Americans accept some foreign civilian casualties as a necessary cost to counterterrorism, but Republicans and Democrats differ on willingness to use lethal force.
Europeans may draw the line at military engagement with Russia, recent data show.
As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, new public opinion data shows that the conflict likely came as a surprise to many on both sides.