North Korea Rated Most Unfavorable Country By Americans

North Korea Rated Most Unfavorable Country By Americans

North Korea and Iran have been rated the two most unfavorable countries in 10 of the last 11 Gallup polls

Americans have a highly negative view of North Korea. According to the latest Gallup poll, only 9% Americans rated North Korea favorably, while a whopping 87% rated it unfavorably. Justin McCarthy of Gallup said that the North has consistently ranked among the lowest-rated countries for more than a decade. The 87% unfavorable rating is the highest since 2001.

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North Korea’s favorability rating was even worse than 11% for Iran. Americans have rated these two countries most unfavorable in 10 of the last 11 times Gallup has conducted the polls. Just a few days ago, the U.S. National Security Agency identified North Korea as the country behind the massive cyber-attack on Sony Pictures late last year.

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Recently, North Korea was accused of sending hundreds of thousands of its workers abroad only to seize their wages. Pyongyang has been using this tactic to earn money amid sanctions from major economies. These revelations have only reinforced more than a decade of negative attitudes towards the country. North Korea’s favorability ratings stood at 26% in 2000 and 31% in 2001. But the ratings declined dramatically after the then-President George W. Bush called Pyongyang an “axis of evil” in 2002.

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