Americans Positive on South Korea Despite Trump’s Views on Alliance

Karl Friedhoff
Content Type
Special Report
Chicago Council on Global Affairs
The Trump presidency has strained relations with several Asian allies, including South Korea. But the 2020 Chicago Council Survey results show that President Donald Trump’s repeated threats and bullying tactics on defense and trade issues with Seoul have done little to soften support among the American public for the alliance with South Korea. In fact, favorable views of South Korea are now at an all-time high.
International Relations, Defense Policy, Trade
Political Geography
South Korea, North America, Korea, United States of America