• 24/02/2024 07:08

How many Britons would agree to serve in the event of world war: survey data

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This information was reported by YouGov, URA-Inform reports.  

A new survey in Britain has found that almost 40% of Britons aged 18 to 40 would refuse to serve in the army in the event of a world war. In the event of a threat of invasion of the country, this figure would be 30%.

In the event of a world war, only 7% of young Britons would voluntarily agree to be drafted into the army, and another 21% — would do this if called up. If we were talking about the threat of a direct invasion of Britain, 11% would voluntarily agree to serve, another 23% — if called up.

In both cases, about a third of those surveyed were either undecided or believed that they would be unfit for service due to age or disability.

The vast majority of Britons surveyed (72 %) believe that conscription should apply to women, while a small majority (40% versus 32%) supports the same conditions of service for both sexes.

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