A blog on public opinion, probabilities, and all things data from the Lester Crown Center on US Foreign Policy.
Public opinion data show relatively warm feelings between the United States, Mexico, and Canada.
Public support for the 2021 infrastructure bill breaks across party lines and may miss the connection to US competitiveness.
The AUKUS submarine deal was strongly condemned by China and France, but will likely enjoy broad support among US and Australian publics.
As President Biden heads to the UN climate summit, one Senator has gutted his plans for clean energy reform.
Australians are more concerned about severe weather events than the climate crisis causing them. But is tackling the former alone just putting out fires?
While Americans continue a culture war on the necessity and effectiveness of masks, one-quarter of the South Korean public is ready to wear them indefinitely.
Concern for the state of the planet spans generations, 2021 Chicago Council Survey data show.
The Biden administration emphasizes strengthening ties with America's global allies and partners. Which countries do Americans as their allies—and adversaries?
The American public is increasingly skeptical of the US-China trade relationship, and narrow majorities support increased restrictions on both trade and technological exchanges.
On the heels of Ukrainian president Zelensky’s meeting with US President Biden, the 2021 Chicago Council Survey finds that a record 50 percent of Americans favor the use of US troops if Russia were to invade the rest of Ukraine.