2022 Opinion Leaders Survey
We explore whether foreign policy professionals and the American public are on the same page when it comes to America’s strategy abroad.
To investigate how public and opinion-leader views are changing during the Biden administration, the Texas National Security Network and the Chicago Council on Global Affairs conducted our fifth joint opinion leaders survey from November 28 to December 29, 2022. The survey included 493 foreign policy opinion leaders from different professional groups, including executive branch agencies, Congress, academia, think tanks, the media, interest groups and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), religious institutions, labor unions, and business. In the related briefs, we compare these findings among opinion leaders to findings among the public using the 2022 Chicago Council Survey.