May 22, 2024
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More than 90% of South Koreans think North Korea won’t give up nukes: survey

KINU survey also shows that South Koreans are increasingly indifferent about DPRK issues

The vast majority of South Koreans think that North Korea won’t abandon its nuclear weapons, according to a new survey released Friday.

The Korea Institute for National Unification (KINU) asked 1,003 South Koreans their views on a number of inter-Korea issues in an annual survey and found that 90.7% of respondents did not believe denuclearization was a realistic outcome on the Korean Peninsula.

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