Rasmussen finds 57% of U.S. voters favor a military response to eliminate North Korea’s missile launching capability. Just 15% of voters oppose a military response and 28% are not sure.
There is no ideological divide on this issue:
Support for a military response comes from 66% of Republicans, 52% of Democrats and 54% of those not affiliated with either major political party. There is no gender gap on the issue as a military response is favored by 57% of men and 57% of women.
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Seventy-three percent (73%) are at least somewhat concerned that North Korea will use nuclear weapons against the United States.
The survey was conducted April 3-4, the two days immediately prior to North Korea’s launch. The question asked about a military response if North Korea actually did launch a long-range missile.