UTICA, N.Y. (Reuters/Zogby) - More than half (51.6%) of Americans surveyed favor the United Nations establishing its own peacekeeping army of 100,000, the latest Zogby America poll showed.

Less than 35% disagreed, and another 14.3% were not sure.

The survey of 1,213 adults nationwide showed that more Democrats (58.1%) and Independents (51%) favored the development of a U.N. 100,000-man force than Republicans, 43.3

More African Americans favored the 100,000-man peacekeepers 75.1%-16.9%, followed by Hispanics, 70.7%-26.2%. Whites were less than enthusiastic, 46.2%-38%.