A blog on public opinion, probabilities, and all things data from the Lester Crown Center on US Foreign Policy.
Over half of Americans are in favor of permanently changing laws to allow everyone to vote by mail, but there are partisan divides between Republicans and Democrats.
The Abraham Accords didn't provoke a reaction among many Arab states. Why?
A survey of American foreign policy experts paints a portrait of a declining Russia, with its broad influence deteriorating as China’s influence rises.
The Chicago Council Survey team provides updates on public opinion on the COVID-19 pandemic from the US, Japan, South Korea, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, Germany, and Mexico.
Should members of the South Korean boy band BTS receive an exemption from mandatory military service?
America saw inaccurate polling for the House and Senate races across the country, which overestimated Democratic support in a wide range of races.
A rise in demand for food delivery is outpacing the capacity of delivery workers, leading to concerns about food price increases.
Since 2016, Americans' favorability toward South Korea, India, and Japan is stable, while favorability toward China decreased by 12 points.
As competition between the US and China escalates, the security issue of WeChat and TikTok may be a source of friction in the countries’ relationship.
Public opinion polls in North America, Europe, and Asia find publics think more must be done to prevent the spread of COVID-19.