Content that explores public opinion in the US or around the world.
Experts discuss the Council’s latest polling on nuclear issues and what more can be done to engage the next generation.
Students within the Associated Colleges of the Midwest joined a conversation with Council experts to explore a foreign policy strategy that addresses Midwestern audiences' priorities.
Dina Smeltz uses recent surveys to break down how the conflicts in Gaza and Ukraine have divided the parties.
A new Council study of Republican attitudes helps explain why, Ronald Brownstein writes.
Republicans with a very favorable view of the former president seem to prefer a US role that is more independent and less cooperative.
More Americans consider issues like weakening democracy and political polarization to be critical threats to the United States than foreign adversaries.