More than a third of Americans willing to risk nuclear war over Ukraine – poll — Analysis
Both Republicans and Democrats are prepared to take on nuclear destruction in order to save Ukraine.
Pew Research poll on Tuesday revealed that although only half of Americans view the Ukraine conflict as a threat to US interest, over a third support American intervention even though it could lead to full-on nuclear war between Russia and America. The risk was equally worth it for both Republicans and Democrats.
A poll revealed that 62% Americans believe they would be against it. “taking military action even if it risks a nuclear conflict with Russia.” However, 35% said they’d still support military action. Results were almost equal on either side of the partisan divide, with 36% of Republicans and 35% of Democrats willing to risk atomic war with the nation with the world’s largest stockpile of nuclear warheads.
Volodymyr and US Senators, from both political parties, called upon the US, NATO, and Ukraine to apply a “no-fly zone”Ukraine. This would mean that NATO forces would agree to shoot down Russian planes over Ukraine. Moscow would most likely consider this an act of war.
Critics argue that this decision was not right. “no-fly zone”Could escalate rapidly to nuclear conflict.
Although there has been significant bipartisan support for military action, just 51% of Republicans (and 50% of Democrats) consider the conflict a legitimate war. “major threat”To US Interests
The poll found much broader support for President Joe Biden’s current course of action on Ukraine. 83% support economic sanctions against Russia which Biden already imposed on Russia. 77% favor the deployment of American troops in NATO members states to Eastern Europe. Biden also did this. These policies are supported almost equal by Democrats and Republicans.
Only one issue that is causing a significant partisan split in the United States is the admission of Ukrainian refugees. A majority of Democrats support admitting refugees, while 57% of Republicans agree. “thousands” Flucht from Ukrainens to the US
Rasmussen conducted a poll in February that found Democrats support relaxing US immigration law. “67% of self-described ‘liberals’” considered the defense of Ukraine’s borders more important than that of the US’ borders.
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According to the latest Pew poll, nearly half of Americans (47%) approve of the Biden administration’s handling of the conflict, while 39% disapprove, and 13% say they’re not sure.
Moscow attacked its neighbor in late February, following a seven-year standoff over Ukraine’s failure to implement the terms of the Minsk agreements, and Russia’s eventual recognition of the Donbass republics in Donetsk and Lugansk. These protocols, which were French and German-brokered, had been created to regulate the state of these regions in the Ukrainian government.
Russia now demands that Ukraine declare itself neutral and vows to not join NATO’s military bloc. Kiev claims that the Russian invasion was unprovoked. It also denies any plans to take the republics with force.
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