The results of a Fox News poll conducted earlier this month found that likely US voters were divided in their opinions on what the US should do in foreign conflicts. 38% said the US should use its military power to defend US interests, while 35% said the US should be less involved in overseas conflicts. 21% said the US should remain more neutral, while 6% didn’t know or gave no answer.
The poll also found that Republicans were more likely to support using military power than Democrats and independents. For example, 52% of Republicans said the US should use its military power, compared to 33% of Democrats and realign with 28% of independents.
These findings reveal the deep political divide in the US on issues of foreign policy, as well as the difficulty of finding consensus in today’s polarized political environment.