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    Korea: North and South          See also Allies and enemies  |  International trade


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CNN/ORC Poll. March 7-9, 2014. N=801 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.5.

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"Would you say that the following represent a very serious threat to the United States, a moderately serious threat, just a slight threat, or no threat at all? North Korea."

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Very serious
threat
Moderately
serious threat
Just a slight
threat
No threat
at all
Unsure
% % % % %

3/7-9/14

33 38 15 11 1

4/13-15/12

43 33 15 8 1

6/26-28/09

52 28 14 6 -

 

Gallup Poll. Feb. 6-9, 2014. N=1,023 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 4.

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"Next, I'd like your overall opinion of some foreign countries. ...

"What is your overall opinion of North Korea? Is it very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable?"

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Favorable Unfavorable No opinion

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% % %

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2/6-9/14

11 84 5

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"What is your overall opinion of South Korea? Is it very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable?"

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Favorable Unfavorable No opinion

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% % %

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2/6-9/14

64 29 7

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Gallup Poll. June 1-4, 2013. N=1,529 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"For each of the following countries, please say whether you consider it an ally of the United States, friendly, but not an ally, unfriendly, or an enemy of the United States. How about North Korea?" 

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An ally Friendly but
not an ally
Unfriendly An enemy Unsure
% % % % %

6/1-4/13

3 7 26 58 5

7/6-9/06

2 10 34 47 7

9/19-21/03

5 7 39 44 5

4/22-23/03

2 11 36 45 6

3/14-15/03

2 5 43 46 4

5/18-21/00

6 26 35 24 9

 

CBS News/New York Times Poll. May 31-June 4, 2013. N=1,022 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"Which of these comes closest to your opinion? 1. North Korea is a threat to the United States that requires military action now. 2. North Korea is a threat that can be contained for now. 3. North Korea is not a threat to the United States at this time."

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Requires
action now
Can be
contained
Not a
threat
Unsure
% % % %
5/31 - 6/4/13 16 60 20 4
4/24-28/13 15 56 21 8
3/20-24/13 20 56 15 9

 

CNN/ORC Poll. April 5-7, 2013. N=1,012 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"Which comes closest to your view? North Korea poses an immediate threat to the United States. North Korea poses a long-term threat to the U.S., but not an immediate threat. OR, North Korea does not pose a threat to the United States at all."

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Immediate
threat
Long-term
threat
Not a
threat at all
Unsure
% % % %

4/5-7/13

41 41 16 2

3/15-17/13

28 53 17 3

12/17-19/10

26 56 16 2

4/3-5/09

25 58 17 -

10/13-15/06

20 64 13 2

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"If South Korea were attacked by North Korea, do you think the United States should use military troops to help defend South Korea, or not?"

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Should Should not Unsure
% % %

4/5-7/13

61 36 3

12/17-19/10

57 40 2

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"Do you think the situation involving North Korea can be successfully resolved using only economic and diplomatic efforts, or not?"

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Can be Cannot be Unsure
% % %

4/5-7/13

46 51 4

4/13-15/12

53 44 3

10/13-15/06

60 35 5

 

Pew Research Center. April 4-7, 2013. N=1,003 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.7.

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"As I read a list of some stories covered by news organizations this past week, please tell me if you happened to follow each news story very closely, fairly closely, not too closely, or not at all closely. Military threats from North Korea and its plan to restart a nuclear reactor."

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Very
closely
Fairly
closely
Not too
closely
Not at
all closely
% % % %

4/4-7/13

36 28 16 20

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"Thinking about North Korea: In your view, how seriously should the U.S. government take North Korea's threats to use nuclear missiles against the U.S.: [see below]?"

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Very
seriously
Somewhat
seriously
Not too
seriously
Not at all
seriously
Unsure/
Refused
% % % % %

4/4-7/13

56 27 9 5 3

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"From what you've read and heard, do you think North Korea’s leadership is really willing to follow through on its threat to use nuclear weapons against the U.S., or not?"

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Really
willing
Not really
willing
Unsure/
Refused

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% % %

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4/4-7/13

47 41 12

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"Do you think North Korea is capable of launching a nuclear missile that could reach the United States, or not?"

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Is capable Is not
capable
Unsure/
Refused

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% % %

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4/4-7/13

47 43 10

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Gallup Poll. April 2-3, 2013. N=1,025 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 4.

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"How closely have you been following news about recent threats against the U.S. and South Korea made by the leader of North Korea: very closely, somewhat closely, not too closely, or not at all?"

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Very
closely
Somewhat
closely
Not too
closely
Not at all Unsure
% % % % %

4/2-3/13

30 39 16 13 3

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"From what you know or have read, do you think it is likely or not likely that North Korea will take military action to attack South Korea in the next six months?" N=540 (Form A), MoE ± 6

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Likely Not likely Unsure

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% % %

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4/2-3/13

43 44 13

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"If North Korea attacks South Korea, should the U.S. help defend South Korea with U.S. military forces, or not?" N=540 (Form A), MoE ± 6

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Should Should not Unsure

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% % %

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4/2-3/13

55 34 10

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"From what you know or have read, do you think it is likely or not likely that North Korea will take military action to attack the United States in the next six months?" N=485 (Form B), MoE ± 6

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Likely Not likely Unsure

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% % %

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4/2-3/13

28 58 14

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CNN/ORC Poll. April 13-15, 2012. N=1,015 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"If the United States does not accomplish its goals regarding North Korea with economic and diplomatic efforts, would you favor or oppose using military action against North Korea?"

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Favor Oppose Unsure    
% % %    

4/13-15/12

38 59 3    

10/13-15/06

40 56 4    

 

CBS News Poll. Nov. 29-Dec. 2, 2010. N=1,067 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"How much have you heard or read about North Korea and South Korea recently engaging each other in some limited military actions: a lot, some, not much, or nothing at all?"

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A lot Some Not much Nothing at all
% % % %
11/29 - 12/2/10 32 40 21 7

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"How likely do you think it is that the current conflict between North and South Korea will develop into a military conflict that will involve the United States: very likely, somewhat likely, not too likely, or not at all likely?"

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Very likely Somewhat
likely
Not too likely Not at all
likely
Unsure
% % % % %
11/29 - 12/2/10 25 45 19 6 5

 

CBS News Poll. July 9-12, 2009. N=944 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"Which of these comes closest to your opinion? (1) North Korea's development of weapons is a threat to the United States that requires military action right now. OR, (2) North Korea's development of weapons is a threat that can be contained for now. OR, (3) North Korea's development of weapons is not a threat to the United States at all."

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Requires
action now
Can be
contained
Not a threat Unsure
% % % %
7/9-12/09 23 63 10 4
4/22-26/09 18 66 11 5
10/27-31/06 13 72 10 5
3/7-9/03 14 73 8 5

 

CNN/Opinion Research Corporation Poll. June 26-28, 2009. N=1,026 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"Do you think North Korea is or is not capable of launching a missile that would be able to hit the United States, including Hawaii?"

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Is Is not Unsure

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% % %

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6/26-28/09

72 26 2

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"If North Korea attempted to hit the United States with a missile, would you favor or oppose military action against North Korea?"

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Favor Oppose Unsure

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% % %

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6/26-28/09

92 7 1

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NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll conducted by the polling organizations of Peter Hart (D) and Bill McInturff (R). June 12-15, 2009. N=approx. 500 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 4.4.

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"If North Korea continues with its weapons development program and continues to launch test missiles, do you believe that the United States should or should not initiate military action to destroy North Korea's ability to make weapons? If you have not been following this situation, please just say so."

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Should

Should not

Haven't been
following

Unsure

% % % %

6/12-15/09

44 39 6 11

7/06

42 46 4 8

 

Pew Research Center poll. June 10-14, 2009. Adults nationwide.

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"Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling the situation with North Korea?" N=759 (Form 1), MoE ± 4

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Approve Disapprove Unsure
% % %

6/10-14/09

51 23 26

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"Now, a few questions about foreign policy: I'd like your opinion about some possible international concerns for the U.S. Do you think that North Korea's nuclear program is a major threat, a minor threat, or not a threat to the well being of the United States?" N=743 (Form 2), MoE ± 4

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Major threat Minor threat Not a threat Unsure
% % % %

6/10-14/09

72 19 5 5

1/09

53 32 8 7

2/1-5/06

60 27 6 7

 

CNN/Opinion Research Corporation Poll. April 3-5, 2009. Adults nationwide.

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"Do you think the United States should or should not take military action against North Korea in response to that country's plans to launch a missile in violation of a United Nations resolution?" N=513 (Form B), MoE ± 4.5

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Should Should not Unsure

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% % %

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4/3-5/09

51 46 2

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CNN/Opinion Research Corporation Poll. May 4-6, 2007. N=1,028 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"For each of the following countries, please say whether you consider it an ally of the United States, friendly but not an ally, unfriendly, or an enemy of the United States. North Korea."

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Ally Friendly Unfriendly Enemy Unsure
% % % % %

5/4-6/07

4 17 28 45 6

 

NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll conducted by the polling organizations of Peter Hart (D) and Neil Newhouse (R). March 2-5, 2007. N=1,007 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.1.

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"As you may know, the United States recently reached a deal with North Korea that would normalize relations between the two countries and includes food and fuel aid for North Korea. In return, North Korea would suspend its nuclear weapon program. Do you think that this agreement will make a real difference or will not make a real difference in ending North Korea's nuclear weapon program?" Half sample (Form B)

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A real
difference

Not a real
difference

Unsure

% % %

3/2-5/07

30 62 8

 

Newsweek Poll conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International. Oct. 19-20, 2006. N=1,000 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"Have you seen or heard any news about North Korea and its nuclear weapons program, or not?"

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Have Have not Unsure
% % %

10/19-20/06

88 11 1

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"Some people think the United States should agree to DIRECT one-on-one talks with North Korea, since the six-country talks in which the U.S. has participated have not had much success in curbing North Korea's nuclear ambitions. Others oppose direct talks at this time, saying this would reward North Korea for bad behavior after last week's nuclear test. Which comes closer to your view?"

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Should agree
to direct talks
Direct talks
would reward
bad behavior
Unsure
% % %

10/19-20/06

50 34 16

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"Please tell me whether or not you would support the following kinds of U.S. military action against North Korea if that country continues its efforts to develop nuclear weapons. What about . . . ?"

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Would
support
Would not
support
Unsure
% % %

Stopping and searching North Korean ships for nuclear materials or arms

   10/19-20/06

70 23 7    

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Air strikes against military targets and suspected nuclear sites in North Korea

   10/19-20/06

35 58 7    

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Sending in U.S. ground troops to take control of the country

   10/19-20/06

14 80 6    

 

CNN Poll conducted by Opinion Research Corporation. Oct. 13-15, 2006. N=1,012 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"Do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush is handling the situation in North Korea?"

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Approve Disapprove Unsure    
% % %    

10/13-15/06

47 41 12    

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"As you may know, North Korea recently claimed it conducted a test of a nuclear weapon that it had developed. Overall, how much do you blame each of the following for the recent developments in North Korea's nuclear program: a great deal, a moderate amount, only a little, or not at all? . . ."

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A Great Deal A Moderate
Amount
Only a Little Not at All Unsure
% % % % %

The Bush Administration

   10/13-15/06

25 28 19 25 3

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The Clinton Administration

   10/13-15/06

19 24 20 32 5

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"What effect do you think the war in Iraq is having on the ability of the U.S. to deal with the current situation in North Korea? Do you think the war in Iraq is making it easier to deal with North Korea, harder to deal with North Korea, or is having no effect?"

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Easier Harder No Effect Unsure  
% % % %  

10/13-15/06

5 72 21 2  

 

FOX News/Opinion Dynamics Poll. July 11-12, 2006. N=900 registered voters nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"Do you think North Korea poses a real national security threat to the United States?"

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Yes No Unsure
% % %
7/11-12/06 62 31 8

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"Last week North Korea conducted its first test missile launch in eight years, including one long-range missile that crashed into the nearby Sea of Japan without causing any damage. After the recent missile launches, do you think North Korea is more of a threat because it went through with the launches in the face of international pressure against doing so, or less of a threat because the missiles did not work?"

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More Less Same (vol.) Unsure
% % % %
7/11-12/06 62 18 15 5

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"Now that North Korea has gone forward with testing missiles, do you think the United States should give diplomacy more of a chance, or should the U.S. carry out a preemptive military strike to stop North Korea from continuing to develop nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles?"

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Diplomacy Military
Strike
Unsure
% % %
7/11-12/06 68 20 12

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"Which one of the following are you most concerned about: North Korea using a long-range nuclear missile to attack the United States, North Korea using a short-range nuclear missile to attack Japan or South Korea, or North Korea selling its nuclear weapons to terrorists or another country?" Options rotated

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Attack
United States
Attack Japan
or So. Korea
Selling
Weapons
All/None (vol.) Unsure
% % % % %
7/11-12/06 16 14 42 25 3

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"Do you think North Korea is deliberately trying to provoke war or is it just trying to get attention to get more money and aid from the United States and other countries?"

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Provoke
War
Get Money
and Aid
Mix/Both
(vol.)
Unsure
% % % %
7/11-12/06 17 58 11 13

 

USA Today/Gallup Poll. July 6-9, 2006. Adults nationwide.

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"Which comes closest to your view: North Korea poses an immediate threat to the United States, North Korea poses a long-term threat to the U.S., but not an immediate threat, or North Korea does not pose a threat to the United States at all?" Options rotated. N=522 adults, MoE ± 5 (Form A).

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Immediate
Threat
Long-term
Threat
Not a
Threat
Unsure
% % % %

7/6-9/06

20 59 15 5

11/19-21/04

20 60 15 5
7/30 - 8/1/04 15 62 16 7
3/03 23 63 12 2

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"As you may know, this past week North Korea test-launched a series of missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads. If you had to choose, what should the United States do to get North Korea to stop the testing and development of these missiles: exert diplomatic pressure and impose economic sanctions on North Korea, launch military air-strikes or missile attacks against North Korea, or invade North Korea with ground troops from the U.S. and other countries -- or should the U.S. not do anything?"  Options rotated. N=1,007 adults, MoE ± 3.

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Diplomatic
Pressure/
Sanctions
Air-Strikes/
Missile
Attacks
Invasion with
Ground
Troops
Not do
Anything
Unsure
% % % % %

7/6-9/06

72 9 3 10 6

 

CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll. Sept. 19-21, 2003. N=1,003 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"Which of these statements do you think best describes North Korea's military and weapons capabilities? It is a crisis for the United States. It is a major problem but is not a crisis. It is a minor problem. OR, It is not a problem for the United States at all." Options rotated

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Crisis Major
Problem
Minor
Problem
Not a
Problem
Unsure
% % % % %
9/03 22 59 14 4 1
1/03 14 60 19 5 2

 

Time/CNN Poll conducted by Harris Interactive. July 16-17, 2003. N=1,004 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.1.

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"As you may know, North Korea says that it is processing nuclear materials to make nuclear weapons. Do you think North Korea presents an immediate threat to the United States, a long-term but not an immediate threat, or no threat at all?"

Immediate
Threat
Long-term
Threat
No Threat Unsure
% % % %
7/03 21 61 15 3

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"What do you think the U.S. should do with regard to North Korea's attempts to develop nuclear weapons: use diplomatic means only to try to persuade North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons; or use military force, if necessary, to try to destroy North Korea's nuclear weapons capabilities?"

Diplomatic
Means Only
Military
Force, If
Necessary
Unsure
% % %
7/03 62 33 5

 

ABC News/Washington Post Poll. April 16, 2003. N=504 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 4.5.

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"For each country I name, please tell me whether you think it does or does not pose a threat to the United States. North Korea."

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Does Does Not Unsure
% % %
4/16/03 79 18 3

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". . . How about when it comes to resolving its problems with North Korea? Would you support or oppose the United States . . . ?"

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Support Oppose Unsure
% % %

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"Using diplomatic or economic pressure"
88 9 3

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"Using military force"
43 53 4

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"Going to war to remove the North Korean government from power"
35 61 4

 

CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll. March 14-15, 2003. N=1,007 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"Do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush is handling the situation with North Korea?"

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Approve Disapprove Unsure
% % %
3/03 47 40 13
1/03 52 32 16

 

CBS News/New York Times Poll. March 7-9, 2003. N=1,010 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"Do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush is handling the situation with North Korea?"

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Approve Disapprove Unsure
% % %
3/7-9/03 45 35 20
2/10-12/03 44 25 31

 

CBS News/New York Times Poll. Feb. 10-12, 2003. N=747 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 4.

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"When it comes to dealing with North Korea, do you think the Bush Administration has a clear plan or is just reacting to events as they occur?"

Clear
Plan
Reacting
To Events
Don't
Know
% % %
2/03 28 60 12

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"In its dealings with North Korea, do you think the Bush Administration is doing all it can reasonably be expected to do to reach a diplomatic solution or should they be doing more?"

Doing All
It Can
Should
Do More
Don't
Know
% % %
2/03 40 49 11

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"If the United States is not able to use diplomatic means to get North Korea to stop developing nuclear weapons, would you approve or disapprove of the United States using military action against North Korea?"

Approve Disap-
prove
Don't
Know
% % %
2/03 52 36 11

 

The Los Angeles Times Poll. Jan. 30-Feb. 2, 2003. N=1,385 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"The U.S. is working on a diplomatic solution to convince North Korea to allow UN weapons inspectors back into the country and to abide by the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, which seeks to control the spread of nuclear weapons in the world. If diplomacy fails and North Korea does not agree to disband its nuclear facilities, do you think the U.S. should take military action against North Korea, or not?"
ALL Demo-
crats
Indepen-
dents
Repub-
licans
% % % %

Should take military action

37

36

35

49

Should not

43

44

46

34

Don't know

20

20

19

17


 

Time/CNN Poll conducted by Harris Interactive. Jan. 15-16, 2003. N=1,010 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.1.

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"Do you think it is worth risking war with North Korea to prevent North Korea from manufacturing nuclear weapons, or don't you feel that way?"
Worth
Risking
War
Don't Feel
That Way
Not
Sure
% % %
1/03 40 49 11
6/94 48 42 10

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"Do you think that George W. Bush has a clear plan for resolving the situation in North Korea or don't you think so?"
Has a
Clear Plan
Don't
Think So
Not
Sure
% % %
1/03 35 54 11

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"If North Korea continues to operate its facilities, which produce radioactive material necessary to create nuclear bombs, do you think the U.S. -- along with the UN -- should take military action to destroy North Korea's nuclear facilities, or shouldn't it do this?"
Should Should
Not
Not
Sure
% % %
1/03 62 29 9

 

Knight Ridder poll conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates. Jan. 3-6, 2003. N=1,204 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"North Korea has nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and recently revived its nuclear weapons program. Do you think the U.S. should treat North Korea like Iraq and prepare to take immediate military action to disarm the country OR that the North Korea situation should be resolved diplomatically without the use of military force?"
  %
Prepare for military action

15

Resolve diplomatically

79

Don't know

6

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"About 37,000 American military personnel are now stationed in SOUTH Korea. In the near future, which one of the following would you favor for the U.S. forces in South Korea: withdraw all American military forces, reduce American military forces, maintain American military forces as the are now, OR increase American military forces?"
  %
Withdraw all forces

8

Reduce forces

11

Maintain forces as they are now

58

Increase forces

17

Don't know

6


 

CBS News Poll. Jan. 4-6, 2003. N=902 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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"What do you think the United States should now do with respect to North Korea: use military force in some way or try to find a diplomatic solution?"

Force Diplomacy Both (vol.) Unsure
% % % %
ALL 6 89 2 3
Republicans 8 88 2 2
Democrats 4 93 1 2
Independents 7 86 2 5

 

Gallup Poll. Feb. 4-6, 2002. N=1,011 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.

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SOUTH KOREA
"Next, I'd like your overall opinion of some foreign countries. Is your overall opinion of South Korea very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable?"

Very
Favorable
Mostly
Favorable
Mostly
Unfavorable
Very
Unfavorable
Unsure
% % % % %
2/02 9 45 25 8 13
11/00 5 44 28 10 13

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NORTH KOREA
"Next, I'd like your overall opinion of some foreign countries. Is your overall opinion of North Korea very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable?"

Very
Favorable
Mostly
Favorable
Mostly
Unfavorable
Very
Unfavorable
Unsure
% % % % %
2/02 3 20 38 27 12
2/01 3 28 37 22 10
11/00 3 23 41 22 11

 

UNITED STATES: The Harris Poll. Conducted Nov. 13-18, 2000, among a nationally representative sample of 1,023 adults aged 18 and older.
JAPAN: Asahi Shimbun Poll. Conducted Nov. 19-20, 2000, among a nationally representative sample of 2,094 adults aged 20 and older.
SOUTH KOREA: Dong-A Ilbo Poll. Conducted Oct. 25-Nov. 18, 2000, among a cross-section of 2,000 adults aged 20 and older.

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United
States
Japan South
Korea
% % %
"President Kim Dae-jung of South Korea and General Secretary Kim Jong Il of North Korea recently met for the first time and issued a joint declaration in June. Do you think it was a good idea or a bad idea that this meeting took place?"
Good idea 80 87 87
Bad idea 6 2 13
Not sure/Refused 15 11 n/a

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"Now that the first top-level meeting of South and North Korea has taken place, do you think the chance of war between these two countries remains, or not?"
Yes 58 50 59
No 28 35 41
Not sure/Refused 14 15 n/a

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"Based on what you may have seen, read, or heard, what is your impression of General Secretary Kim Jong Il of North Korea? Would you say it is very positive, somewhat positive, somewhat negative, or very negative?"
Very/Somewhat positive 34 14 55
Somewhat/Very negative 23 51 45
No opinion 26 26 -
Not sure/Refused 15 9 -

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"The Korean Peninsula has been divided into two countries, South Korea and North Korea. How likely do you think it is that these two countries will be one unified nation in the near future? Would you say very likely, somewhat likely, not very likely, or not at all likely?"
Very/Somewhat likely 38 50 73
Not very/Not at all likely 55 36 27
Not sure/Refused 6 14 -

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"About 37,000 American military personnel are currently stationed in South Korea. In the near future, which one of the following would you favor for the U.S. forces in South Korea? Withdraw all American military forces. Reduce American military forces. Maintain American military forces as they are now. Increase American military forces."
Withdraw 15 14 15
Reduce 30 45 42
Maintain 44 29 42
Increase 6 1 1
Not sure/Refused 4 11 -

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"Japan has no diplomatic relationship with North Korea now. Do you support or oppose a diplomatic relationship between Japan and North Korea?"
Support 61 60 63
Oppose 23 26 37
Not sure/Refused 14 14 1

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"The United States also has no diplomatic relationship with North Korea now. Do you support or oppose a diplomatic relationship between the United States and North Korea?"
Support 69 63 70
Oppose 25 21 29
Not sure/Refused 6 16 1

 


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