Fox News Poll: Voters divided over what US should do in foreign conflicts

The Fox News poll found that voters are divided over what the U.S. should do in foreign conflicts. 48% of those surveyed believe the U.S. should stay out of most foreign conflicts, while 44% believe the U.S. should take a leading role in resolving them. When asked to explain their stances, those who favored a leading role said the U.S. should assert its power and defend its values, while those who favored caution said the U.S. should focus on domestic problems and tread carefully in international affairs.

The poll further revealed that Americans are skeptical about the effectiveness of military interventions abroad. Over half (56%) said military interventions are unlikely to be successful, compared to only 32% who said they are likely to be successful. This is an indication that while there is some support for U.S. involvement overseas, voters are aware of the risks and prefer more tempered approaches.

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