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.
Despite public divisions over US aid to Ukraine, support for taking in those fleeing the Russian invasion remains unchanged since March.
Consensus on how long to provide economic and military aid to Ukraine appears to be weakening as the war enters its tenth month.
New Council polling offers insights into where Americans stand as the conflict drags into winter.
"Liberal Democrats are far and away Ukraine’s strongest American supporters," Dina Smeltz and Emily Sullivan write.
Recent polls find a geographic divide in the region when it comes to public perceptions of the conflict.
Americans are less worried about COVID-19 than they have been at any point since the initial shutdown in early 2020, Council polling finds.
Results from the 2022 Chicago Council Survey show Americans want to keep supporting Ukraine for as long as it takes, despite inflation concerns at home.
While Americans may support a retaliatory strike if the United States is attacked, Council polls reveal they oppose using nuclear forces to defend allies.