Some people (e.g. here) accuse USA of supporting other countries' independence movements (Kosovo/Palestine/Tibet/Taiwan, depending on your definition of "support") as being in conflict with the fact that Native Americans don't have a sovereign state of their own.
However, such an accusation can only be genuine if there is an actual popular desire in modern continental Native American population to have a fully sovereign state.
Is there such a popular desire, as backed up by polls/surveys?
- I'm only interested in poll/survey results, not opinions.
- I don't care if the answer is scoped to all Native Americans in US or one specific tribe, as long as scope is clarified
- The question doesn't have anything to do with how the CURRENT political arrangement between Indian territories and US Federal Government work
- Movements to take some chunk of USA and reconquista it back into Mexico doesn't count - that would not lead to independent soveregnity