A blog on public opinion, probabilities, and all things data from the Lester Crown Center on US Foreign Policy.
While Americans broadly support upper age limits for federal elected officials, age is not their top consideration when choosing a candidate.
To be suspicious of Iraq was part of the American zeitgeist long before 2003, survey data show.
Black Americans are supportive of aid to Ukraine, but less likely than other Americans to back an open-ended support of Kyiv “for as long as it takes.”
The movement of Venezuelans across the Western Hemisphere highlights the need for regional coordination.
The war in Ukraine has shifted public opinion toward energy independence, renewable power, and nuclear energy.
In countries that favor a negotiated end to the conflict, support for specific policy measures that aid Ukraine has fallen.
The fallout from the removal of President Pedro Castillo has revealed a young democracy in dire straits.
Citizens and policymakers alike embrace industrial policy as great power competition intensifies.
While younger Americans are most concerned about climate change, pluralities of each generation are ready to take action to prevent it.
Reflect on the year with highlights from the Council's public opinion research and analysis.