A small majority, 52 percent, said the U.S. should take a minor role in the unfolding war, while 20 percent don’t want America involved in any way.
Meanwhile, a Gallup poll found that only 36 percent of Americans think Joe Biden is doing a good job on the “situation with Russia,” while 55 per cent disapprove of his performance.
Only 64 percent of Democrats approve of the way Biden has handled the situation, with just 35 per cent of independent voters expressing approval. Only 11 percent of Republicans offered the same support.
The polls were conducted before Russia launched a barrage of missile attacks on areas of Ukraine in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Reports of attacks on all major cities in Ukraine. Bombing in the capitol of Kyiv. God bless the people of Ukraine as they go through this. pic.twitter.com/WOhkkfPpQd
— Proud to be Canadian (@PTBCanadian) February 24, 2022
After Putin’s declaration of war, the Russian army is bombing many parts of Ukraine.
— New News EU (@Newnews_eu) February 24, 2022
House Republicans accused Biden of “appeasement” Wednesday night, following another confounding performance at a press conference where Biden sarcastically laughed at reporters who asked questions and walked away without answering.
This is what weakness on the world stage looks like. pic.twitter.com/0Krq48gbIy
— House Republicans (@HouseGOP) February 22, 2022