Only 14 percent of registered voters in the United States believe the country’s foreign policy has made them safer since 2001, according to a poll of 1,000 Americansreleased today by the Charles Koch Institute and the Center for the National Interest. More than half believe that both the U.S. and the rest of the world are less safe today as a result of the nation’s foreign policy choices over the last 15 years.
Likewise, only 25 percent of American voters feel the next president should expand the use of military abroad, while over half feel that the next administration should use the military less than it has been used since 2001.Neoconservatism and liberal interventionism going out of favor?
Charles Koch Institute
Over half of Americans believe the military should be used less overseas during next administration
The National Interest
A New Poll Shows America's Reluctance for New Foreign AdventuresDaniel DePetris, fellow at Defense Priorities
John Allen Gay | executive director of the John Quincy Adams Society, a national network of student groups centered on a vision of foreign policy restraint, and a former managing editor of the National Interest