The public opinion split over the Vietnam War because some of the public felt that it was right for America to fight in the war while others did not share that opinion.
In most wars public opinion is split over the war. You will almost always have those who support the action, and those who don't.
Public opinion polls were concerned over the military draft; today's conflicts are watched on television without much concern...people's lives are NOT being disrupted by a military draft.
Nixon sought to correct the public ill will over Vietnam through rehabilitation policies.
North Vietnam persevered over it's Southern counterpart in 1975 with the 'Fall of Saigon' thus unifying the the two countries .
The 1968 campaign for the presidency of the United States of America demonstrated the serious division in the United States over the war in. Not. The American public was split over whether to continue in Vietnam or poll out.
North Vietnam (Viet Cong) were trying to take over South Vietnam with Communism and a majority of Vietnam didn't like that, so they split the country and warred to keep Chinese Communism out.
Yes,A person can have a average influenced over a public opinion because it can be possible that he is only person who is in handling of all others activities as well.
"Public opinion" does not necessarily mean that "all" persons in any country, culture, or race hold the same opinion.For example, during the last decade, there have been several primary public opinions about Americans entering a war in the Middle East (Iraq; Afghanistan). 1. One section of public opinion, especially right after 9/11, supported Bush's decision to go to war. 2. However, another section of public opinion disagreed and believed the US should not invade any country. 3. Another, less vocal, segment of society believed we should go to Iraq and capture Saddam, but once he was captured and killed, this segment of public opinion stated that the USA had met it's objectives and should withdraw all US troops. 4. A fourth opinion, after Sadam had been killed, held that the US could not simply withdraw after de-stablizing a country's government and social structure, and instead should stay to train Iraqis to take over their own governance. At the same time, after Saddam was hanged, public opinions shifted and took various opinions about whether the US's goal was to fight only Saddam, or whether the US's goal was to fight terrorism -- which included hunting Osama Bin Laden, leader of the Al Qaiada terroristic organization.Another way to view "public opinion" is to think about elections. Although we vote in only one person as US President, voters (the public) express different opinions about candidates by how each person casts a vote. Votes might be split UNequally between many candidates, but only one candidate wins. But that does not 'erase' how people cast votes for other candidates. The same applies to "public opinion"-- within "all" of society, citizens are often split about issues, so that there is typically more than just one "public opinion". However, one public opinion may be held by a majority-- but not necessarily.From these two examples, you can see that "public opinion" can take on many "sides" of an argument. The only way to properly write something that uses this phrase would be "the prevailing public opinion of US citizens believes..." or "...in current public opinion, the majority of US citizens feel.." Or, in cases where multiple opinions emerge, a writer could say something like, "Public opinion is split, with some people supporting X, while others agreeing with Y, and others believing Z."
Wings Over Vietnam happened in 2004.
After the Geneva Conventions in 1954 Vietnam was split into two, North Vietnam (communists) and South Vietnam (democrats). The leader of the North was Ho Chi Minh. The leader of the South was Prime Minister Ngo Dinh Diem, who was later elected president of South Vietnam; and overthrown by his own general in a coup d'tat in 1963. Nguyen Van Thieu took over, as leader of South Vietnam, for the remainder of the war.
It is estimated that over 3 million people on both sides died during the Vietnam War. The country of Vietnam did not release their casualties to the public until 1995.
North Vietnam wanted to take over south Vietnam.
President Nixon did not use the election and election promises to diffuse ill-will over the war in Vietnam. He wanted to keep the people angry and essentially make them hate the Vietnamese to keep support over the war efforts.
It was split over the participation of women.
The papers revealed that over the years Washington had misled the public about the reasons behind the Vietnam War
Well over 75 percent of Vietnam is Buddhist because when China took over Vietnam, China taught people in Vietnam their culture and shared it.
to keep north Vietnam from taking over south Vietnam....
north Vietnam took over south Vietnam
Wings Over Vietnam was created on 2004-11-08.
Stability means the results do not change very much over time or from poll to poll.
The war was fought against COMMUNISM; North Vietnam was communist & trying to take over SOUTH Vietnam which was NOT communist.
North Vietnam took over Vietnam