Q. If the US becomes involved in a war with North Korea, should Australia commit military support to the US?
|Total||Vote Labor||Vote Lib/Nat||Vote Greens||Vote other|
|Should commit military support||35%||34%||45%||18%||39%|
|Should not commit military support||38%||43%||32%||57%||38%|
35% think that Australia should commit military support if the US becomes involved in a war with North Korea, 38% think they should not and 26% don’t know.
Those most in favour of committing military support were Liberal/National voters (45%), men (43%) and aged 65+ (50%).
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