A blog on public opinion, probabilities, and all things data from the Lester Crown Center on US Foreign Policy.
Sixty-one percent of the US public is uneasy with only the president having the power to authorize the use of nuclear weapons.
Polling shows the Japanese public supports recognizing same-sex marriages, even as officials stall on legislation to advance equality.
More so than any other racial or ethnic group, Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Americans want the United States to play an active part in global affairs.
While more Russians say Moscow should start negotiations than continue fighting, their aim may be to solidify gains rather than making real compromises for peace.
Public opinion signals the conflict is in dire need of stronger leadership and more practical policies.
As the youngest continent in the world, Africans want upper age limits for elected officials while still respecting elders.
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.