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Americans have voted Iran their least favorite nation for ten years—now suddenly the tides have turned. North Korea, a country whose rating have not exceeded 15 percent since 2002, has now completely engulfed last place.

According to a Gallup poll released Wednesday, North Korea now trails Afghanistan, Syria, and Iran in the list of 22 countries:

The United Nations released a 372-page report this year on North Korea’s crimes against humanity. The commission found violations “of the freedoms of thought, expression and religion, discrimination on the basis of state-assigned social class (songbun), gender and disability…arbitrary detention, torture, executions, enforced disappearance and political prison camps, and enforced disappearance of persons from other countries, including through abduction.” Just to name a few.