As has often been the case, Americans see myriad international threats affecting the well-being of the United States. Around seven-in-ten U.S. adults describe cyberattacks from other countries and the spread of misinformation online as major threats. And more than six-in-ten say the same about China’s power and influence, Russia’s power and influence and the condition of the global economy, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. Since March 2020, there have been some notable shifts in the issues that Americans see as major threats. In March 2020, just as the magnitude of the coronavirus pandemic was becoming clear, Americans’ concerns about the spread of infectious disease were at a record high. That sense of threat has abated. Today, 57% of Americans say the spread of infectious diseases is a major threat, down from 76% two years ago.