Most US residents would like to see more diplomatic efforts and less military presence on the territory of other states in the country's foreign policy.
According to a poll by the Eurasia Group Foundation, 42.3% of Americans are in favor of reducing the American contingent in Europe, Asia and the Middle East, and also support a reduction in US obligations to protect other countries.
However, 32.2% of respondents believe that the United States, on the contrary, needs to increase or maintain its military presence abroad. At the same time, 58.3% of respondents are confident that Washington should conduct more active negotiations with other states on climate change, human rights protection and migration. 21.6% of the respondents were against increasing cooperation with other countries.
By the way, according to the study, 40.3% of Americans supported the preservation of current US military spending, and 38.6% of respondents support their reduction. Only 16.4% of those polled call for an increase in military spending.