Out of the survey recipients, 65 percent of people think that the way Trump has handled the situation has made things worse while only eight percent of people say his comments have made things better. "But if it's going to be something other than negotiation, believe me, we are ready-moreso than we have ever been", the president added.
Jim Schoff, a former senior Pentagon adviser for East Asia policy, said it doesn't appear "U.S. policymakers think we're on the brink of all-out war".
By all indications, another North Korean provocation is inevitable - perhaps imminent.
Hyon Song-wol became a substitute member of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party, the political engine of the North Korean regime, reports the South Korean news agency Yonhap.
As for the progress of North Korea's nuclear missile program, Ri claimed his government has "nearly achieved the final point on the way to our ultimate goal, to achieving a real balance of force with the United States". He added: "We're going to see what happens". "This should have been taken care of long ago." he said. The North Korean government views them as a dress rehearsal for an invasion - even as the United States insists they are purely defensive in nature. Many live in the capital, Seoul, in range of thousands of North Korean artillery guns and rockets positioned close to the tense frontier.
Trump's then-White House strategic adviser, Steve Bannon, dismissed the threat of US military action as a bluff shortly before he was sacked in August.
While the results of the survey clearly show that people are anxious, it isn't only American citizens that are anxious about Trump's actions.
"We are NOT the publisher, which is the North Korean embassy in Vienna", he wrote. His words are coming directly from the top echelons of North Korean leadership. The U.S. mobilized fighter jets and B-52 bombers and deployed an aircraft carrier off the coast.
In the past, it was rumored that Hyon Song-wol would have been executed on Kim Jong-un's order after the dictator had discovered that the young artist played in an adult movie. North Korea's Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho responded by calling Trump "President Evil" and "mentally deranged". As military chiefs in Washington planned for contingencies, the US ambassador and commander of USA forces in Korea secretly began planning to evacuate Americans. Kuwait and Qatar have taken similar steps in recent weeks.