Now? or in 1953?
Most Americans don't realize that there is still a war going on! They think Koreans are on the brink of another Korean War.
However, the vast majority of Americans just don't know. they don't know what to think about it because they don't fully understand the situation.
i would say that the public opinion is that "Kim Jong-il is bad and he should be stopped" but that is as far is it goes, because no one knows how or when it would even be possible without massive casualties in the south.
also most peeps think that kim is his first name :P
The public opinion was that the USA should not be involved in a civil war ...
Public opinion in which country? Many countries were involved.
did the american public think that the korean war was woth fighting?
Ralph B. Levering has written: 'The cold war, 1945-1987' -- subject(s): Foreign relations, World politics 'American opinion and the Russian alliance, 1939-1945' -- subject(s): American Foreign public opinion, Diplomatic history, Foreign public opinion, American, Foreign relations, Public opinion, World War, 1939-1945 'The public and American foreign policy, 1918-1978' -- subject(s): Public opinion, Foreign relations
Samuel R. Spencer has written: 'Decision for war, 1917' -- subject- s -: American Foreign public opinion, World War, 1914-1918, Laconia - Steamship : 1911-1917 -, Public opinion, American Public opinion, Causes, History
Neutrality laws American isolationism U.S. public opinion
We need to know the war you ask about to answer.
The Tet Offensive swayed public opinion against Lyndon Johnson and the war more than anything had up until that point.
See Korean War Facts or Korean War Educator
Duncan Andrew Campbell has written: 'English public opinion and the American Civil War' -- subject(s): British Foreign public opinion, History, Public opinion, United States Civil War, 1861-1865
They pushed public opinion until McKinley had no choice but to start war.
By 1940 American public opinion had come to favor providing Britain with aid. This aid was considered to be all aid short of actually joining the war.
Yellow journalism was printing untrue stories to get the public to start a war with Spain.
It influenced public opinion.
They published exaggerated and false stories about the war, affecting public opinion.
The shift in American public pinion occured when Germany sank the Lusitania.
Yellow Journalism shaped public opinion and influenced legislation.
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.
Start with the Korean War website.
The American general during the korean war was Douglas Mcarthur.
over 33,000 deaths during the Korean war.
Philip Mark Katz has written: 'From Appomattox to Montmartre' -- subject(s): American Foreign public opinion, Foreign public opinion, American, History, Influence, Political culture, Public opinion, Revolutions and socialism, United States Civil War, 1861-1865
The Zimmermann note helped turn U.S. public opinion against Germany during WWI & strengthened advocates of U.S. entry into war.
Mihaela Glaess has written: 'Das Deutschlandbild' -- subject(s): American Foreign public opinion, History, Public opinion, World War, 1939-1945
In total about 480,000 Americans served in the Korean War.