U.S. views on world affairs in five charts

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A report released Monday by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs states that the majority of Americans believe the U.S. should play an active part in world affairs. Though the public is generally wary of large scale interventions such as the recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, most Americans support air strikes or sending U.S. troops to respond to humanitarian crises. Here are some highlights from the report’s findings:

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