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Opinions on the sense of imposing limits on war worldwide, by country group 2016

This statistic shows the share of people from 16 countries worldwide who believed that limits should be imposed on war in 2016, by country group. 70 percent of those in countries affected by armed conflict believed it still makes sense to impose limits on war in 2016.

Geneva Convention 70 years on: does it still make sense to impose limits on war?

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Release date

December 2016



Survey time period

June to September 2016

Age group


Supplementary notes

The 16 countries included in the survey were: Afghanistan, China, Colombia, France, Iraq, Israel, Nigeria, Palestine, Russia, South Sudan, Switzerland, Syria (Syrians in Lebanon), Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Yemen. Survey sizes varied by country from 800-5000 people.

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