But a majority oppose sending US troops if China were to invade the island.
The public generally does not see current US trade policies toward China as benefiting Americans.
A plurality of Americans—and a majority of Republicans—also say that US leaders are not paying enough attention to US-China competition.
Half favor using US forces to defend South Korea if invaded by North Korea, down from 55 percent in 2022.
For the first time, a majority of Republicans think the United States should stay out of world affairs.
Poll finds a majority of Americans value the US security partnership with Israel but say the status quo between Israel and Palestinians is unacceptable.
While the US public believes trade is good for the economy, it does favors some restrictions—especially on goods such as semiconductors.
The ongoing war in Ukraine continues to impact American attitudes toward global engagement.
Six in 10 continue to support providing economic aid and sending additional arms and military supplies to the Ukrainian government, down slightly from a year ago.
As the war in Ukraine continues, majorities say the United States should maintain or increase its commitment to NATO.