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Newsweek
Meet the Syrian refugees who terrify Donald Trumpmonths. Many Americans remain skeptical. Poll after poll shows a majority oppo
Meet the Syrian refugees who terrify Donald Trump
Newsweek / Posted 2 days ago
months. Many Americans remain skeptical. Poll after poll shows a majority oppose accepting Syrian refugees. One survey by Chicago Council on Global Affairs in June found just 36 percent of Americans favored Obama’s policy. Yet as Americans are... Read more
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The Washington Times
Photo ID for voters favored by 80 percent of Americanstroops to fight terrorists abroad is effective; 72 percent of Republicans and 5
Photo ID for voters favored by 80 percent of Americans
The Washington Times / Posted 3 days ago
troops to fight terrorists abroad is effective; 72 percent of Republicans and 57 percent of Democrats agree. Source: A Chicago Council on Global Affairs survey of 2,061 U.S. adults conducted June 10 to June 27 and released Monday. • Churlish... Read more
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The Hill
GOP fears about Islamic terrorism higher now than post-9/11drone strikes against suspected terrorists, while 81 percent approve of manned
GOP fears about Islamic terrorism higher now than post-9/11
The Hill / Posted 3 days ago
drone strikes against suspected terrorists, while 81 percent approve of manned aircraft performing similar operations. The Chicago Council on Global Affairs conducted its latest survey of 2,061 adults via online interviews from June 10-27... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
David Brooks: Is the U.S. as great as (most) U.S. athletes are?Survey. A majority of young Americans believe that the United States should sta
David Brooks: Is the U.S. as great as (most) U.S. athletes are?
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Survey. A majority of young Americans believe that the United States should stay out of world affairs, according to a Chicago Council on Global Affairs report. Yet when you watch the Olympics, we don’t seem like some sad-sack country in... Read more
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The News & Observer
Is the United States as great as our Olympic athletes are?Survey. A majority of young Americans believe that the United States should sta
Is the United States as great as our Olympic athletes are?
The News & Observer / Posted 6 days ago
Survey. A majority of young Americans believe that the United States should stay out of world affairs, according to a Chicago Council on Global Affairs report. Yet when you watch the Olympics, we don’t seem like some sad-sack country in... Read more
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Breitbart
Poll: Most Americans Oppose Syrian Refugee Resettlement in U.S.on United States soil, but a majority favor a limited military action to take o
Poll: Most Americans Oppose Syrian Refugee Resettlement in U.S.
Breitbart / Posted 9 days ago
on United States soil, but a majority favor a limited military action to take on ISIS in Syria, according to a survey The Chicago Council on Global Affairs released Monday. The Chicago Council on Global Affairs poll found that just 36 percent of... Read more
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The Hill
Few support Syrian refugees entering USOnly 36 percent of U.S. voters support accepting Syrian refugees into the count
Few support Syrian refugees entering US
The Hill / Posted 10 days ago
Only 36 percent of U.S. voters support accepting Syrian refugees into the country, according to a Chicago Council on Global Affairs poll released on Monday. Voters have mixed opinions on the best tactics for countering the Islamic State in Iraq and... Read more
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The Mercury News
Poll: Clinton supporters view the world differently than Sanders supportersless heralded is the range of opinions about foreign affairs within the Democra
Poll: Clinton supporters view the world differently than Sanders supporters
The Mercury News / Posted 29 days ago
less heralded is the range of opinions about foreign affairs within the Democratic Party. The same survey, conducted by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, also contrasted the views of core supporters of Hillary Clinton with those of the core... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Donald Trump doesn't understand the art of the NATO dealand its NATO allies "fulfill their obligations" daily. So yes, it's still a bar
Donald Trump doesn't understand the art of the NATO deal
Chicago Tribune / Posted a month ago
and its NATO allies "fulfill their obligations" daily. So yes, it's still a bargain. It's a good deal. Richard C. Longworth, a former chief European correspondent for the Chicago Tribune, is a retired fellow at the Chicago Council on Global Affa... Read more
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