But American concern about large numbers of immigrants and refugees coming into the country has steadily decreased over the past decades.
Public support for US military bases on the continent is also on the rise, Council polling reveals.
And bipartisan majorities of Americans support admitting new members to the alliance, Council polling shows.
American feelings toward Russia and China are lower than during the Cold War, Council polling shows.
In the event of Iran developing nuclear weapons, the US public wants to tighten economic sanctions, and most support a return to the JCPOA.
A majority support using US troops to defend Seoul should North Korea invade, Council polling shows.
And the ideological split between parties continues to widen, new Council polling shows.
In 2002, nine in 10 Americans saw international terrorism as a critical threat. About six in 10 do today, Council polling shows.
But neither Americans or Ukrainians think the sanctions will force Russia to withdraw troops from Ukraine in the immediate future.
But public opinion is sharply divided along partisan lines, 2022 Chicago Council Survey data finds.