Voters against U.S. Military Interventions

Washington, July 8 (Prensa Latina) The Pentagon should not send military forces abroad unless there is a vital danger to the security of the United States, said three out of four voters of this country, according to Rasmussen Reports poll.

Most of those polled feel that the U.S. armed forces should be involved in military operations across borders only when “crucial interests are in serious danger”.

Over 75 percent of those polled by Rasmussen Reports supports the view that the U.S. armed forces should have a markedly discrete international behavior and should not leave the country because of questionable causes.

Further details of the polling agency revealed that 12 percent of those polled support the idea of more spontaneous and less controlled military interventions, while 13 percent did not know what to answer.

Rasmussen Reports shows that 79 percent of voters polled suggested that when U.S. troops are called to foreign missions, realistic obejectives should have been identified and options for winning should be very clear.

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