A blog on public opinion, probabilities, and all things data from the Lester Crown Center on US Foreign Policy.
This Thanksgiving, the Council survey team is serving up tables of data on turkey, pies, and politics.
President Joe Biden declared an end to the public health crisis, but many racial minority and lower-income groups around the world haven't moved on.
Recent polls find a geographic divide in the region when it comes to public perceptions of the conflict.
A center-right party’s landslide victory in one of North America’s most liberal cities offers a cautionary tale about polling in urban areas.
Indians strongly support the bilateral partnership and anticipate increased US security assistance. But Americans are less enthusiastic about growing ties.
Americans are less worried about COVID-19 than they have been at any point since the initial shutdown in early 2020, Council polling finds.
The Queen maintained public approval during her reign, but support for the monarchy is on the decline, posing significant challenges for the new King.
Why are Ukrainians receiving a warmer welcome from the American public than past refugee groups?
As attention returns to Gaza, majorities view a breakthrough in negotiations as unlikely in the foreseeable future.
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit aroused Beijing’s ire—but more important may be the long-term trends in Taiwanese attitudes.