Rasmussen: 47% Say U.S. Should Aid South Korea Militarily

Male voters are twice as likely as female voters to think the United States should provide South Korea military assistance if it is attacked by North Korea.
Most Republicans (61%) and the plurality (48%) of voters not affiliated with either party agree that America should assist South Korea militarily. Democrats are evenly divided on the question.
Republicans and unaffiliateds believe more strongly than Democrats that North Korea is an enemy of the United States. But there is little disagreement that South Korea is an ally.

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