A supermajority of the American public still supports sending aid to Ukraine
The average American has little to personally gain from supporting Ukraine during its invasion. If anything, they’re enduring price increases associated with energy market disruptions. Artificial framing of the aid as sent by one party against the public's will is intellectually dishonest.
- “Ultimately, though, 73% of Americans say the United States should continue to support Ukraine despite Russia threatening to use nuclear weapons,” according to Reuters/Ipsos poll tracking.
- Nearly 90% of Americans agree that a country’s army is never or rarely justified to target and kill civilians.
Polls related to public opinion and the war
Three in four Americans say U.S. should support Ukraine despite Russian threats, Reuters/Ipsos poll shows
WASHINGTON, Oct 5 (Reuters) - Nearly three-quarters of Americans say that the United States should continue to support Ukraine, despite Russian threats that it could use nuclear weapons to protect its territory, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Wednesday.
Americans Back Ukrainian Goal of Reclaiming Territory
Story Highlights Two in three Americans support Ukraine in reclaiming territory 31% favor conflict ending quickly, even if Ukrainian territory is lost Sharp partisan differences in willingness to risk a lengthy conflict WASHINGTON, D.C. -- As the Russia-Ukraine war rages on, a clear majority of Americans would rather see the U.S.
Americans' preparedness to pay a price for supporting Ukraine remains robust
Americans' willingness to pay a price for supporting Ukraine in its war against Russia is slightly up in the latest University of Maryland Critical Issues Poll on the conflict, though the general trend masks partisan differences, Shibley Telhami writes.
Poll: Majority of Americans say U.S. should back Ukraine until Russia withdraws
Just over half of the people in the U.S. believe it should continue to support Ukraine until the complete withdrawal of Russian troops, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll. Why it matters: Wednesday marks six months since the start of the war, with Russia currently occupying one-fifth of Ukraine.