WASHINGTON (AFP): North Korea has achieved an unenviable feat - it has surpassed Iran as the most disliked nation for Americans. Only 11 percent of Americans had a favorable opinion of North Korea, the first time since 2004 that the communist nation has been alone at rock bottom, an annual Gallup poll released Wednesday found. Iran was not much higher at 12 percent, although the figure was up three points - within the survey’s margin of error - from a year earlier. Russia saw the biggest fall.