How US voters see four nations

Morning Consult / Politico took a recent look at US voters’ perceptions of Russia, North Korea, China and Mexico.

The March 29-April 1 survey of 1,997 registered voters found:

64 percent viewed Russia as an enemy and unfriendly, compared to 20 percent who saw Russia as an ally and friendly;

79 percent viewed North Korea as an enemy and unfriendly, compared to seven percent who saw North Korea as an ally and friendly;

38 percent viewed China as an enemy and unfriendly, compared to 47 percent who saw China as an ally and friendly; and

21 percent viewed Mexico as an enemy and unfriendly, compared to 62 percent who saw Mexico as an ally and friendly.