The number of international migrants grew to 281 million in 2020; 3.6% of the world’s people lived outside their country of birth that year.
Large majorities in most of the 19 countries surveyed have negative views of China, but relatively few say bilateral relations are bad.
With new 2022 survey results just around the corner, here are five of the many insights from the newly added data available on the database.
People in U.S., Western Europe differ over what needs more fixing: Their nation’s political or economic system
Here are five key findings about people’s attitudes toward systemic reforms in the U.S., France, Germany and the UK.
Pressing China on human rights – even if it hurts economic relations – has Americans’ bipartisan support
Unlike with other China-related issues, there is little partisan difference on this question, a February survey found.
Fewer adults have confidence in Joe Biden to handle the U.S.-China relationship than other foreign policy issues.
Focus groups held across the two nations reveal the degree to which Americans and Britons see common challenges to local and national identity.
El Salvador experienced a 40% drop in remittances in April 2020 compared with April 2019, the largest decline among the six nations analyzed.
People in many countries support foreign companies building factories in their own nation. But fewer support foreign firms buying domestic ones.
Remittances – money sent by migrants to their home countries – are projected to fall by a record 20% this year.