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Americans Viewed N. Korea Warily Long Before Trump's Warning
While North Korea's recent advancements in nuclear technology present new challenges to the U.S. in keeping international peace, Americans have long had North Korea on their radar as a threat.
More Back U.S. Military Action vs. North Korea Than in 2003
A majority in the U.S. favors military action against North Korea if peaceful means don't resolve things, a shift from 2003. Half still say diplomacy can work.
Government, Healthcare Most Important Problems in U.S.
Dissatisfaction with aspects of the U.S. government remained the most important problem this month, while healthcare was not far behind in Americans' concerns.
North Korea Remains Least-Popular Country Among Americans
Americans give North Korea the lowest favorable rating of 21 countries Gallup measured. Canada and Great Britain are at the top of the list.
Americans' Ratings of North Korea Remain Highly Negative
Americans' opinions of North Korea remain highly negative, with 9% rating it favorably and 87% unfavorably. This is similar to ratings of the country over the past decade. North Korea consistently ranks among the worst-rated nations.
Four Nations Top U.S.'s Greatest Enemy List
Four countries -- North Korea, Russia, Iran and China -- tie for first place in Americans' perceptions of the United States' greatest enemy. Large majorities of Americans consider all four a military or nuclear weapons threat to the U.S.
North Korea Least Favorable Among Nations
Eleven percent of Americans rate North Korea favorably, earning it the bottom spot by itself for the first time in a decade. A majority of Americans view the conflict between North and South Korea as a direct, critical threat.
Gallup Vault: Economic Sanctions' Storied Past
As the United Nations tightens economic sanctions on North Korea, a 1990 Gallup poll reminds us that Americans have some important history with sanctions.
Deal Reached, U.S.-Iranian Relations May Be Tougher Hurdle
While observers are lauding the nuclear agreement reached among international powers Tuesday as a way to reshape relations between Iran and the West, Gallup surveys show distrust on both sides.
The Trend Line: Americans View Canada Most Favorably, North Korea Least
More than 90% of U.S. adults have a favorable view of Canada, and roughly 10% have a similar view of North Korea, says Gallup Editor-in-Chief Frank Newport.

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