Publics around the World Favor International Agreement To Eliminate All Nuclear Weapons: Nuclear as Well as Non-Nuclear Countries Support Plan For Abolishing Nuclear Weapons
Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA)
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A WorldPublicOpinion.org poll of 21 nations from around the world finds that people in every country favor an international agreement for eliminating all nuclear weapons. Respondents were asked to consider an agreement that specified that "all countries with nuclear weapons would be required to eliminate them according to a timetable" while "all other countries would be required not to develop them." Respondents were also told that all countries, including their own, "would be monitored to make sure they are following the agreement."
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