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The Policy Institute at King’s College London and Ipsos MORI carried out a survey of the global public’s attitude to NATO ahead of the NATO Leaders Meeting in December 2019.
Conducted in 18 countries around the world, the findings show that in the 11 NATO states surveyed more people agree (40 per cent) than disagree (14 per cent) that the organisation is a force for good in the world, while 26 per cent have a neutral view.
Favourability towards NATO is highest in Poland (60 per cent), the US (56 per cent), Canada (55 per cent) and Britain (50 per cent), but low in some key member states:
The findings also show: