The Chicago Council’s internationally renowned studies of American public opinion, conducted every two years, provide rich, comparative data on a variety of international relations and foreign policy topics. Several years ago the Council expanded the scope of its public opinion surveys to include parallel surveys in other countries. The Chicago Council also conducts occasional topical public opinion surveys in the United States and around the world.

Foreign Policy in the Age of Retrenchment
2014 Chicago Council Survey

Foreign Policy in the New Millennium
2012 Chicago Council Survey

Constrained Internationalism: Adapting to New Realities
2010 Chicago Council Survey

Anxious Americans Seek a New Direction in United States Foreign Policy 
2008 Chicago Council Survey