US citizens are split on whether there should be military action in North Korea, with a third in favour and around 44 per cent against it, a new poll shows. Pictured: Kim Jong-un at what is claimed by the country to be a missile test site. Photo: AP US citizens are split on whether there should be military action in North Korea, with a third in favour and around 44 per cent against it, a new poll shows. Pictured: Kim Jong-un at what is claimed by the country to be a missile test site. Photo: AP
US citizens are split on whether there should be military action in North Korea, with a third in favour and around 44 per cent against it, a new poll shows. Pictured: Kim Jong-un at what is claimed by the country to be a missile test site. Photo: AP
North Korea

A third of US supports military action against North Korea

But most Japanese and Americans view President Trump’s handling of Pyongyang as inappropriate

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US citizens are split on whether there should be military action in North Korea, with a third in favour and around 44 per cent against it, a new poll shows. Pictured: Kim Jong-un at what is claimed by the country to be a missile test site. Photo: AP US citizens are split on whether there should be military action in North Korea, with a third in favour and around 44 per cent against it, a new poll shows. Pictured: Kim Jong-un at what is claimed by the country to be a missile test site. Photo: AP
US citizens are split on whether there should be military action in North Korea, with a third in favour and around 44 per cent against it, a new poll shows. Pictured: Kim Jong-un at what is claimed by the country to be a missile test site. Photo: AP
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