Courtesy Reuters

Overall confidence in U.S. foreign policy has declined, with casualties in Iraq remaining the public's top concern. But the consequences of U.S. energy dependency is now a close second.

Released jointly by Public Agenda and Foreign Affairs, these findings are highlights of the Public Agenda Confidence in U.S. Foreign Policy Index. The Index is designed to explore the public's long-term judgments and beliefs about America's role in the world. The Index is supported with funding from the Ford Foundation.

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