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.
Here are recent findings about Americans’ views of the diplomatic boycott and how people in the U.S. and around the world see China.
More adults approve than disapprove of U.S. diplomatic boycott of Olympics; few have heard much about it
About nine-in-ten U.S. adults (91%) say they have heard little (46%) or nothing at all (45%) about the diplomatic boycott of the Olympics.
Amid tensions over a possible military invasion of Ukraine, Republicans and Democrats are largely in agreement about the threats posed by Russia.
Latinos See U.S. as Better Than Place of Family’s Ancestry for Opportunity, Raising Kids, Health Care Access
Most Latino immigrants say they would come to the U.S. again.
Younger Americans still more likely than older adults to say there are other countries better than the U.S.
Young people in the United States express far more skeptical views of America’s global standing than older adults.
Amid pandemic, international student enrollment at U.S. universities fell 15% in the 2020-21 school year
Fewer than 1 million foreign students enrolled for either online or in-person classes at U.S. universities in the 2020-21 school year.
Germans and Americans have both become more skeptical of China.
The U.S. is seen positively in advanced economies for its technology, entertainment, military and universities, but negatively for its health care system, discrimination and the state of its democracy.
While Americans see some aspects of U.S. power more positively than people elsewhere, they offer more negative views in other areas.