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Most voters are apparently delusional about Ukraine.

The country lays in ruins, the electrical grid is routinely shut down by bombing, 35% of the populace has been forced from their homes. Putin now controls all the valuable energy/Lithium assets in the Donbas.


How does the average voter think this is going to end. Putin simply saying "you win". Why would he give up? Just like the Taliban and North Vietnamese gave up. I guess folks never learn.


Ukraine War: Biden’s Rating Improves

Rasmussen Polling

Wednesday, December 28, 2022


More voters now believe Ukraine is winning its war against Russia’s invasion, and give President Joe Biden higher ratings for his handling of the issue.


The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 32% of Likely U.S. voters believe Ukraine is currently winning the war, up from 14% in June. Fourteen percent (14%) now think Russia is winning, down from 24% in June, while 38% see the war in Ukraine as basically a stalemate, down from 45% in June. Another 15% are not sure who’s winning. (To see survey question wording, click here.)


Forty-one percent (41%) of voters rate Biden excellent or good for his handling of the situation in Ukraine, up from 31% in June. Thirty-nine percent (39%) give Biden a poor rating for his handling of Ukraine, down from 44% in June.


The survey of 900 U.S. Likely Voters was conducted on December 22 and 26-27, 2022 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC. See methodology.


Thirty percent (30%) of voters believe the United States is not doing enough to help Ukraine fight the Russian invasion, while 33% think the U.S. is doing too much in Ukraine. Twenty-eight percent (28%) say the amount of U.S. support to Ukraine is about right. In June, 36% of voters felt the U.S. wasn’t doing enough to help Ukraine.


More Democrats (38%) than Republicans (25%) or voters not affiliated with either major party (26%) believe the U.S. isn’t doing enough to help Ukraine. Republicans (45%) are more likely than Democrats (21%) or unaffiliated voters (35%) to believe the U.S. is doing too much in Ukraine.


Democrats (36%) are more likely than Republicans (28%) or unaffiliated voters (32%) to say Ukraine is currently winning the war, while more Republicans (43%) than Democrats (34%) or unaffiliated voters (38%) believe the war in Ukraine is basically a stalemate.


Biden’s handling of the Ukraine situation is rated good or excellent by 68% of Democrats, 21% of Republicans and 33% of unaffiliated voters. Sixty percent (60%) of Republicans give Biden a poor rating on Ukraine, as do 15% of Democrats and 42% of unaffiliated voters.


More men (40%) than women voters (27%) think the United States is doing too much to help Ukraine fight the Russian invasion. Men are also somewhat more likely than women voters to see the war in Ukraine as a stalemate.


Voters 65 and older are most likely to see the Ukraine war as basically a stalemate now, but also most likely to say the amount of U.S. aid to Ukraine is about right.


More whites (36%) than black voters (28%) or other minorities (22%) believe Ukraine is currently winning the war. Whites (42%) are also more likely than black voters (24%) or other minorities (37%) to give Biden a poor rating for his handling of Ukraine.


Half of voters who identify as conservative think the U.S. is doing too much to help Ukraine fight the Russian invasion, while 40% of liberals think the U.S. isn’t doing enough to help Ukraine.


Fifty-one percent (51%) of voters with annual incomes above $100,000 give Biden a good or excellent rating for his handling of the situation in Ukraine, while those with incomes between $30,000 and $50,000 a year are most likely to give Biden a poor rating on Ukraine.


Among voters who believe the war in Ukraine is basically a stalemate, 51% rate Biden poor for his handling of the situation while among those who think Ukraine is currently winning, 68% give Biden a good or excellent rating on Ukraine.


Asked to identify America’s greatest enemy, nearly 40% of voters don’t choose a foreign power, but instead name domestic political parties.


Revelations of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s involvement in social media censorship have raised voter concerns.


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