One thousand people were contacted over the period of October 25th to the 28th and asked to assess who they felt was the greatest threat to world peace. Thirty-five percent of respondents chose Iran. Number two was China at nineteen percent.
Taking up the rear was North Korea in third with ten percent, and Iraq at nine percent. Only eight percent of respondents considered the US the greatest threat to world peace.
The survey also noted that eighty-seven percent of respondents thought presidential candidates should be clear on their approach to a solution to the war in Iraq. Only twenty-three percent saw the situations in Cuba and Venezuela as important issues.