Over Two-Thirds of South Koreans Back U.S. Alliance, Up From Less Than Half Under Trump
A recent South Korea study has revealed that over two-thirds of South Koreans are in favor of a continued U.S. alliance, which is a huge increase from when former President Donald Trump was in office.
On Tuesday, the Seoul-based Korea Institute for Defense Analysis created a poll of 1,000 South Koreans regarding the U.S. alliance. Sixty-seven percent of South Koreans view the alliance as a favorable measure under President Joe Biden, which is a "substantial" increase from last year's 47 percent, and the two years prior to 2020 under Trump.
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