REPORT: Survey shows confidence in Trump’s ability to handle North Korea rising
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A combined 50 percent of voters said they had either “some” or “a lot” of confidence in Trump’s ability to handle Pyongyang ahead of a planned summit between the U.S. president and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on June 12.
The article goes on to state the following:
The poll was conducted before the North threatened on Tuesday to pull out of the planned talks if the U.S. demanded “unilateral nuclear abandonment.”
Still, the number of voters who expressed confidence in Trump on the matter has risen. A similar poll conducted last month pegged confidence in the president’s ability to handle North Korea at 47 percent.
According to the latest Politico/Morning Consult survey, the number of voters who said they have “no confidence” in Trump’s ability to negotiate with Pyongyang dropped slightly, from 34 percent last month to 30 percent.
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