The US public's perception of China has changed significantly since Xi Jinping took office, Craig Kafura says.
"It will take years of continued improvements to rebuild American confidence and trust in China," Craig Kafura says.
Dina Smeltz unpacks new Council data that show Americans across political parties are concerned about China's rise.
"Public opinion is still an important form of accountability," Elizabeth Shackelford writes.
US politics, public opinion, and global implications.
The public supports US participation in the Paris climate agreement, the Iran nuclear deal, and more.
The US public supports meeting with the leaders of Russia, China, North Korea, Cuba, and more.
But public opinion has likely shifted following Hamas' attacks on Israel.
Overall, Americans say the status quo between Israelis and Palestinians is unacceptable.
The American public is under no illusions as to how long the war is likely to last, Ivo Daalder writes.