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Poll reveals percentage of Americans who consider Ukraine war vital to U.S. national interests

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February 19,2024 585
Poll reveals percentage of Americans who consider Ukraine war vital to U.S. national interests

The Pew Research Center has unveiled a new survey detailing American attitudes towards several key global conflicts, including those between Russia and Ukraine, Israel and Hamas, and China and Taiwan. Conducted from January 22 to January 28, the survey found that 74% of Americans deem Russia’s war on Ukraine important to U.S. national interests, with 43% rating it as very important.

The survey also probed the personal importance of these three conflicts to Americans. Over half — 59%- expressed that the Russian-Ukrainian war holds personal significance for them.

Party lines appear to influence these views. The survey indicates that Democrats and their supporters are more inclined than their Republican counterparts to view the Russian-Ukrainian war as critical to U.S. national interests, with 81% of Democrats against 69% of Republicans holding this view.

This partisan divide extends to personal sentiments about the war as well, with 65% of Democrats versus 56% of Republicans considering the Russia-initiated war as personally important.

In a related development, the Congressional Ukraine Caucus in Washington, D.C., convened  an open press conference last week. This event, marking the second anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, focused on rallying support for a proposed aid package for Ukraine.



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