2014 Chicago Council on Global Affairs Survey
April 22, 2015
With frequent debates about defense spending and international intervention, United States foreign policy is often at the forefront of conversations about American identity. What is our role in the world? What moments in our history do we look at with pride, or with shame? At what level should we participate in global conflicts? Find out what the public thinks about these issues in the 2014 Chicago Council Survey of American Public Opinion and US Foreign Policy datasets. Additional questions cover possible threats to the US, our wars abroad, and types of aid. The data was collected by GfK Knowledge Networks from May 6th - 29th, 2014 of 2,018 national adults, including an oversample of 311 Hispanics, via the internet.