POLL DU JOUR

The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

32 per­cent say North Korean leader Kim Jong-un poses an im­mi­nent threat to the U.S.; 23 per­cent say he poses a se­ri­ous threat, 16 per­cent a mod­er­ate threat.

19 per­cent say Rus­sian Pres­i­dent Vladimir Putin poses an im­mi­nent threat; 25 per­cent say a se­ri­ous threat, 22 per­cent a mod­er­ate threat.

18 per­cent say Pres­i­dent Obama poses an im­mi­nent threat; 11 per­cent say a se­ri­ous threat, 12 per­cent a mod­er­ate threat.

17 per­cent say Syr­ian Pres­i­dent Bashar As­sad poses an im­mi­nent threat; 21 per­cent say a se­ri­ous threat, 23 per­cent say a mod­er­ate threat.

13 per­cent say Chi­nese Pres­i­dent Xi Jin­ping poses an im­mi­nent threat; 17 per­cent say a se­ri­ous threat, 23 per­cent a mod­er­ate threat.

7 per­cent say Is­raeli Prime Min­ster Bibi Ne­tanyahu poses an im­mi­nent threat; 11 per­cent say a se­ri­ous threat, 17 per­cent a mod­er­ate threat.

Source: A Reuters/Ip­sos poll of 2,809 U.S. adults con­ducted March 16-24.

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