Original article by Roy Morgan Research
Morgan Poll Update – Page: Online : 13-Oct-17
A special Roy Morgan SMS Survey shows that 58% of New Zealanders think it is either "Very likely" (19%) or "Fairly likely" (39%) that North Korea will use a nuclear weapon. Meanwhile, 42% say North Korea is "Fairly unlikely" (31%) or "Very unlikely" (11%) to do so. The poll, which was taken after the New Zealand election in September, also shows that 78% of New Zealanders want the opposing sides in the North Korean stand-off to reach a peaceful diplomatic solution. Roy Morgan Research executive chairman Gary Morgan says 60% of National Party supporters and 59% of Labour supporters say it is likely North Korea will use a nuclear weapon, while 75% of National supporters and 80% of Labour supporters want a peaceful diplomatic solution to the stand-off rather than a military solution.
ROY MORGAN RESEARCH LIMITED, NATIONAL PARTY OF NEW ZEALAND, LABOUR PARTY (NEW ZEALAND)