Half favor using US forces to defend South Korea if invaded by North Korea, down from 55 percent in 2022.
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.
Advancing the group's pillars of prosperity and development will be at the very heart of competition with China in the coming decade.
Data suggests that support for a domestic nuclear weapons program is robust, long-standing, and unlikely to dissipate, Karl Friedhoff writes in KEI.
With all eyes on Ukraine, it is unclear if a seventh North Korean nuclear test will really register with the American public.
On some of the most significant issues of the day, including how the United States should respond to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Americans across party lines are in agreement, albeit often for different reasons.
But large majorities support sending additional arms and military supplies to Ukraine, and if needed, Taiwan, Council polling shows.
A majority support using US troops to defend Seoul should North Korea invade, Council polling shows.
Public opinion data finds robust support for a domestic nuclear weapons program in South Korea.