A survey shows more Americans now oppose expanding the US-Mexico border wall since last asked in 2016.
Polls conducted find broad public agreement on trade on both sides of the US-Mexico border.
This Chicago Council on Global Affairs survey finds that a majority in Mexico now express a favorable view of the United States.
This report authored by a group of experts from Brazil, Columbia, Mexico, and the United States discusses a regional vision for reducing urban violence in the Western Hemisphere.
Mexican public opinion of the US is at a record low, while American views of Mexico remain positive. However, both publics believe that NAFTA has been good for their respective economies.
The United States needs pragmatic, sensible approaches to immigration that will improve the nation’s security while balancing its role in other key national interests.
This report finds that US Latinos prioritize protecting jobs, favor strong leadership abroad, rank terrorism as a critical threat, and support US military superiority.
Survey results show that American and Mexican governments have some challenges in order to shift public attention to North American trade and energy cooperation.
In advance of President Obama’s trip to Mexico for the North American leaders’ summit on February 19, a survey finds Americans and Mexicans recognize the importance of US-Mexico economic relations.
Americans support some variation of immigration reform, but half overstate unauthorized immigration levels to the US, which intensifies bias against Mexican immigrants.