The current study by the Wall Street Journal shows that most American voters don’t like how President Biden is dealing with Ukraine.
The study showed that 52 percent of voters don’t like how Biden is handling Ukraine. This is up from March 22, when 46 percent of voters didn’t like how he was handling it. The poll didn’t say what they didn’t like about how he handled things.
At 38 percent, more than a third of voters said that too much was being done to help Ukraine. 31% said that they were doing the “right amount,” and 22% said that not enough was getting done.
The study revealed that 62 percent of GOP primary voters thought there was far too much being put into it, while 17 percent thought there was just the appropriate amount and 14 percent thought there wasn’t enough.
In April, 56 percent of people said there was too much going on. Now, it’s 66 percent.
Since then, Ukraine has started a counteroffensive to get back the land that Russian forces took, but it hasn’t gone as fast or as well as the West had hoped.
Since the start of the conflict in Ukraine, Biden has declared his intention to help the country “for as much time as it takes.” He just asked for an extra $24 billion for Ukraine to cover the gap between the last day of the current fiscal year on September 30 and the time a budget for 2024 is passed.
If the $24 billion is accepted, the overall amount spent on Ukraine since the war started in February 2022 would amount to $135 billion.
From August 24 to 30, 1,500 registered voters took part in the poll. A plus or minus 2.5 percentage points represented the margin of error.