Iran Again Leads US Enemies List in Latest Poll

Friday, 18 Feb 2011 03:25 PM

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Iran is tops for the fourth straight year in a Gallup poll asking Americans to name the country’s greatest enemy, the National Journal reports. North Korea and China tied at Nos. 2 and 3, followed in order by the two countries in which U.S. troops are actually fighting, Afghanistan and then Iraq.

ira, enemy, us, pollTwenty-five percent of poll respondents named Iran as the arch-nemesis. North Korea and China each got 16 percent of the America's biggest enemy vote. While Afghanistan has climbed the list, to 9 percent, Iraq continues to fall, to 7 percent, as U.S. combat operations wind down.

Pakistan was named by just 2 percent despite a growing rift between the two countries. The same percentage picked the United States as its own worst enemy.





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