Consensus on how long to provide economic and military aid to Ukraine appears to be weakening as the war enters its tenth month.
"Widespread skepticism of Washington has given way to the belief that US forces have a role to play on the peninsula for the foreseeable future," Karl Friedhoff writes.
This Thanksgiving, the Council survey team is serving up tables of data on turkey, pies, and politics.
"Liberal Democrats are far and away Ukraine’s strongest American supporters," Dina Smeltz and Emily Sullivan write.
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.
The South Korean leader’s approval rates have held steady since the deadly crowd crush, Karl Friedhoff writes.
"Increasingly people's perceptions of the state of the economy are a function of their partisanship," says Nonresident Senior Fellow Diana Mutz.
Propping up undemocratic and oppressive regimes undermines our national security interests in the long run, Elizabeth Shackelford writes.