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.
With the US election a week away, here are three key things you need to know about the American public's views on Asia in 2020.
The 54-percentage-point gap between Democrat and Republican views on climate change is the largest in the 2020 Chicago Council Survey.
2020 Chicago Council Survey findings illuminate partisan divides in views on COVID-19, race, climate change, and national security.
The Chicago Council’s polling team examines public opinion on COVID-19 from the United States, France, the UK, Italy, and Canada.
Roger Thurow examines the question of how to conquer global hunger and malnutrition while also saving the planet from the strain on our environment, biodiversity, and health.
Recent polling finds that Trump's favorability in South Korea has reached an all-time low of 17 percent—down 29 percentage points from last year
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