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37% Of Americans Believe South Korea, 28.5% believe Israel, Two Most Likely To Embroil US In Unnecessary War - 5/16/2017

Americans view South Korea and Israel as two U.S. allies most likely to "embroil the US in an unnecessary, protracted and costly war." 36% of Americans believe South Korea is "most likely" while 28.5% of Americans believe Israel is "most likely." The US has security treaties with all countries in the survey except for Israel.

Question: Which of the following US allies do you believe is most likely to embroil the US in an unnecessary, protracted and costly war? South Korea, Israel, Japan, United Kingdom, Germany, France or other?

South Korea 38.5%  
Israel 26.5%  
Japan 8.3%  
United Kingdom 8.2%
Germany 6.0%  
France 4.9%  
Other 7.6%  

Survey developed by: IRmep
Survey fielded by: Google Surveys 5/13/2017
Population surveyed: US Adult Internet Users
Representative Sample size: 804 Statistically significant
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