America in the Age of Uncertainty
October 14, 2016 | Publication | International Peace & Security
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While core supporters of U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump are most opposed to immigration and least likely to support free trade, Americans overall favor continued immigration and support globalization, according to the 2016 Chicago Council Survey. The survey finds that Democrats today are more likely to view globalization positively than Republicans do, the opposite of what the survey found a decade ago. The annual survey by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs examines American attitudes and opinions about foreign policy, and this year features an interactive feature of the results and an expert discussion about America’s global priorities.