For the first time, our latest poll, in conjunction with polling firm Morning Consult, asked American voters in all 50 states about their perceptions of the relationship between the U.S. and the UN.

The poll found that three quarters of registered voters (74 percent) say it is important for the U.S. to be a member of the United Nations, including half (51 percent) who say it is very important.

Notably, on funding matters, the poll found that 3 in 5 American voters want their Member of Congress taking action to pay America’s dues to the UN on time and in full, especially important given that the U.S. is currently $1 billion in arrears.

This poll shows that regardless of where the Member of Congress comes from, whether they represent Illinois, Colorado, Alaska, Virginia, or Nevada, they have the backing of their constituents to pay our dues to the UN on time and in full.