And the ideological split between parties continues to widen, new Council polling shows.
In 2002, nine in 10 Americans saw international terrorism as a critical threat. About six in 10 do today, Council polling shows.
But neither Americans or Ukrainians think the sanctions will force Russia to withdraw troops from Ukraine in the immediate future.
But public opinion is sharply divided along partisan lines, 2022 Chicago Council Survey data finds.
In new Council polling, Americans say China’s treatment of minority groups isn’t just a question of internal politics.
The 2022 Chicago Council Survey finds broad support for taking in Afghan refugees but not for releasing frozen funds to the Taliban.
Survey results show the public remains supportive of US assistance to Ukraine—even if it means paying higher gas and food prices at home.
Should China invade Taiwan, 2022 Chicago Council Survey data show most Americans would support sending arms but not US troops.
Russians and Americans seem to sense a global alignment of democracies versus autocracies, and both publics fear a nuclear exchange.
A new poll reveals that Americans see Russia as a significant threat to US interests and support military and economic assistance to Ukraine.