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.
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 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.
New indirect talks between the United States and Iran on a return to the Iran deal could help the outlook for a moderate candidate in the next election.
Majorities of South Koreans cite low birthrates in South Korea and North Korea’s nuclear program as larger threats than China's economic or military power.