By Christopher Ingraham | Washington Post
Only 36 percent of Americans were able to correctly identify North Korea on a map in a recent Morning Consult survey. The experiment, as reported by the New York Times, found that there’s a relationship between geographic knowledge and policy preferences. People who can locate North Korea are more likely to favor diplomatic ways to deal with the country’s unruly regime: economic sanctions, for instance, or increasing pressure on the country’s chief ally, China.
On the other hand, people who couldn’t find the country were statistically more likely to favor doing things the old-fashioned way: by …read more
Source: The Mercury News