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Screen Shot 2017 08 08 at 2.59.20 PM 768x386 - Poll: Most Americans favor sending US troops to North Korea to defend South Korea

Nowadays, North Korea is viewed as a top threat to the world, and now more than ever, many Americans would supporting sending out U.S. soldiers to North Korea to safeguard South Korea.The Chicago Council on Global Affairs just recently discovered that about 75 percent of Americans believe North Korea’s nuclear program is a vital threat facing the United States, according to the 2017 Chicago Council Survey.This issue has actually jumped 15 percent since in 2015, and is up 20 percent from 2015, when about 55 percent of Americans were worried about North Korea’s nuclear program.The Council explained that this is “the largest boost in any of the prospective hazards consisted of in the 2017 survey.”(Chicago Council on Global Affairs) In addition, more than 60 percent of Americans would prefer sending out U.S. troops to North Korea in order to

safeguard South Korea, were it to be attacked.In Chicago Council surveys given that 1990, this variety of Americans has actually progressively increased, the Council said; and this year, for the first time, a bulk of Americans revealed assistance for sending out U.S. forces to safeguard South Korea.In 2015, that number was less than half of Americans, only 47 percent; this year, 62 percent of Americans would support sending out troops.

( Chicago Council on Global Affairs) In general, when it concerns tighter sanctions on North Korea, most Americans support them– about 76 percent of Americans. Notably, 84 percent of Republicans support sanctions instead of 76 percent of Democrats and 74 percent of Independents.Favor decreased more

and more as property surveyors were provided the following alternatives:

  • Enforce sanctions on Chinese companies working with North Korea;
  • Conduct airstrikes on nuclear production centers;
  • Send out U.S. troops to ruin nuclear facilities;
  • Accept that North Korea will have nuclear weapons in exchange for producing no more; and,
  • Accept that North Korea will produce more nuclear weapons.The 2017 Chicago Council

    Survey was carried out by GfK Custom Research utilizing its massive, nationwide online research panel in between June 27 and July 19 amongst a weighted national sample of 2,020 grownups, 18 or older, living in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.The margin of error is offer or take 2.4 percentage points, the Council stated.