North Korea Remains a Threat to Americans

North Korea Remains a Threat to Americans

Many Americans believe that the passing of Kim Jong-il will have little effect on North Korean society, and still consider the country a menace to the United States, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found.

In the online survey of a representative national sample of 1,024 American adults, 77 per cent of respondents believe that North Korea remains a threat to the United States even after Kim’s death.

Only 14 per cent of Americans believe North Korea will become a more open society now that Kim has died, while almost half (46%) believe the country will remain a closed society.

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