12 December 2004


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The survey found that U.S. voters view the world body as being anti-American by nearly a 2-to-1 margin (52.1% to 27.3%).

The survey found that conservatives believe the U.N. to be anti-American by a margin of 61 percent to 23 percent; moderates held this view by a margin of 52 percent to 27 percent; and even liberals believe the U.N. is anti-American by a margin of 41 percent to 36 percent.


Among those surveyed with college degrees, 57 percent believe the U.N. to be anti-American while only 25 percent view the world body as pro-United States. People with only a high school diploma shared that view 53 percent to 25 percent. So did non-high school graduates: 43 percent to 22 percent.

Here’s the weird part

The survey also found that a bare plurality of U.S. voters have a favorable opinion (46.1% favorable to 38.1% unfavorable) of the United Nations.

Does this mean that at least 6% of Americans (52.1% - 46.1%) believe that the UN is anti-American and have a favorable opinion of it?

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