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Three out of ten Americans support military action against DPRK

  • December 29, 2017
  • , Mainichi
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Mainichi published the results of a public opinion poll on the North Korean situation conducted jointly by the University of Maryland and a Japanese NPO in the U.S. and Japan, saying that some 33% of American respondents voiced support for military action against the defiant Kim regime. The corresponding figure for the Japanese public was 21%. About 35% of Americans thought that the Six-Party Talks and other multilateral diplomatic efforts would be the most effective way to resolve the standoff, followed by China exerting greater leverage at 22%.  

 

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