Jason McMann, Morning Consult

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What Democrats and Republicans Expect From U.S. Foreign Policy

Democrats and Republicans diverge on their top issues, but many share a preference for isolationism and, when necessary, a multilateral approach to managing geopolitical risks → Read More

American Allies Want U.S. Leadership on Taiwan if China Invades

A coordinated, multilateral response would benefit multinationals and markets, but prevailing public opinion suggests a piecemeal response is more realistic → Read More

Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Has Not Increased Global Appetite for a U.S.-China Decoupling

Examining the risks of a U.S.-China decoupling amid the war in Ukraine and Western efforts to lock Russia out of the global economy. → Read More

The Quad Is Not a Squad: Public Uncertainty Over Its Benefits Will Limit Upside Potential for Multinationals

For multinationals, the best-case scenario is that supply chains remain stable and relatively free of geopolitical interference. → Read More

In a Sharp Reversal, Democrats No Longer Support Reducing Tariffs on China to Combat Inflation

China’s decision to maintain close ties with Russia after it invaded Ukraine is one likely driver of the shift in sentiment. → Read More

Indo-Pacific Views of U.S.- and China-Led Trade and Investment Disadvantage Chinese Companies

American multinationals stand to benefit even if the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework continues to receive a chilly reception → Read More

Navigating U.S.-China Relations: What American and Chinese Multinationals Need to Know

Four years into a trade war and amid persistent security tensions in the Asia-Pacific region, the current state of U.S.-China relations poses both risks and opportunities for U.S. and Chinese multinationals. While the outlook for improved bilateral relations is grim, there are still openings to do business in each other’s markets. Our inaugural quarterly report “The State of U.S.-China… → Read More

Consumers in Major Global Markets Want a Greener Climate, but They Expect Companies to Pay for It

Companies that choose to shoulder the cost of combating climate change rather than raising prices are poised to gain — if they move quickly. → Read More

Many Americans and Europeans Feel NATO’s Efforts to Prevent a Russian Invasion Fell Short

Shared trans-Atlantic sentiment over NATO's shortcomings is one area of alignment as Russia's invasion of Ukraine continues to unfold → Read More

Americans Support Sending Troops to Russia in Only One Scenario

As Russian troops assemble on the Ukrainian border, Morning Consult’s new report measures economic sentiment and political attitudes surrounding the crisis → Read More

Cold War or Not, Americans’ Aversion to Direct Military Conflict With China Will Limit the Likelihood of Tensions Boiling Over

U.S. voters see no winner in a Cold War with China, and are even less enthusiastic about a direct military conflict, suggesting a hot war is unlikely. → Read More

Ahead Of His Summit With Xi, Biden Has a Strong Case to Maintain the Existing China Tariffs. But He’ll Be Hard-Pressed to Impose New Ones

Voters’ perceptions that existing tariffs help the U.S. economy will complicate U.S. companies’ efforts to overturn them and secure exemptions. → Read More