Out of 1,746 American adults in a recent experiment, only 36% were able to find North Korea on an unlabeled world map. Those who were able to locate the country were more likely to favor diplomatic and nonmilitary approaches to relations with North Korea.
How geographic knowledge relates to foreign policy views
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