Americans across party lines say the United States should prioritize friendly-nation supply chains, despite potentially higher costs.
While half of Americans and a majority of Democrats say diversity makes the United States a better place to live, Republicans aren’t so sure.
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.
The public is more concerned about national security than promoting human rights and democracy abroad, Council polling shows.
With Xi Jinping poised to receive a third term at the 20th Party Congress, American opinion of China has never been worse.
But large majorities support sending additional arms and military supplies to Ukraine, and if needed, Taiwan, Council polling shows.
The public also remains concerned about the potential for a global economic downtown, Council polling shows.
President Biden declared that "the pandemic is over." Council polling shows that when it comes to security and foreign policy, most Americans agree.
But American concern about large numbers of immigrants and refugees coming into the country has steadily decreased over the past decades.