Posted February. 22, 2005 22:51,
Two out of three Americans are against the commitment of U.S. forces to North Korea as solution to the nuclear crisis.
A poll conducted on February 14 to 17 by Zogby International said Monday that only 18 percent of a total of 921 American respondents favor U.S. military involvement in North Korea, where the possibility of a war exists due to nuclear issues. On the other hand, 67 percent said no, showing that a greater number of U.S. people favor a peaceful solution to this matter.
Concerning the other nuclear development issue involving the nation of Iran, 68 percent said no to the military commitment of the U.S., while 20 percent said yes.
Meanwhile, 51 percent found it inappropriate to deploy additional U.S. forces in Iraq, slightly larger than the 43 percent of those who favor additional deployment.
Zogby International analyzed that now the U.S. public is frustrated with war.
The same survey found that 52 percent regard the war on Iraq as worthwhile, 6 percent larger than those who believe it meaningless. However, 46 percent said that the U.S. is moving in right direction, while 46 percent said it is not.