2021 Chicago Council Survey data show a majority of Americans support a range of US policies towards Taiwan: recognition as an independent country, inclusion in international organizations, and a US-Taiwan free trade agreement.
Ahead of Prime Minister Bennett's first visit to Washington, Council data show partisan divides on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, support for a Palestinian state, and more.
American, Japanese, and South Korean publics see China as a more of a threat than a partner. Trilateral cooperation will be key to managing China's rise.
The Council's polling experts examine how American foreign policy experts think of the term "allies," and whether variations in thinking matter for US foreign policy decisions.
A report from the Task Force on Trilateral Cooperation Amid China’s Rise recommends a new policy mix that leverages each country’s individual strengths and advantages.
A final Trump-Era survey confirms broad popular support for the intelligence community and reveals opportunities for greater transparency.
Chicago Council survey data find majorities in South Korea view China as more of a security threat than a security partner and as more of an economic threat than an economic partner.
Dina Smeltz discusses survey data reflecting Japanese opinion on US-China relations.
A new poll shows Iranians recognize the economic and security benefits of a closer relationship with China.
Craig Kafura and Karl Friedhoff analyze findings of a recent poll examining American public opinion on US relations with Japan.