Differences within each party on views of foreign policy emerge based on where Americans turn for political news.
Only 5% and 13% of scholars and the American public, respectively, say respect for the U.S. abroad is not too or not at all important.
Jewish Americans – much like the U.S. public overall – hold widely differing views on Israel and its political leadership.
As Americans eye the Asia-Pacific region, they see a mix of friends and some foes, according to a new survey conducted Feb. 1-7, 2021.
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.
Americans’ opinions of China have soured in recent years. But what are Americans thinking about when they say they have a negative view of China?
Fewer adults have confidence in Joe Biden to handle the U.S.-China relationship than other foreign policy issues.
Even before Capitol riot, most people in Germany, France and the UK had concerns about U.S. political system
Majorities in all three countries said in a fall 2020 survey that the U.S. system needs either major changes or to be completely reformed.
Most in all three countries are optimistic that U.S. policies and trans-Atlantic relations will improve under his presidency.
Legislators in UK, Canada and Australia Express Post-election Enthusiasm for Biden Administration on Twitter
In preelection tweets about the U.S., lawmakers abroad focused on how the election will affect bilateral ties and trade.