The Ukraine conflict has been a source of contention for many Americans, with the Associated Press and NORC poll showing that only 19 percent of the population have a “great deal” of confidence in Joe Biden’s ability to handle the situation. This is a significant drop from last year when 63 percent of Democrats and 28 percent of Republicans were in favor of sending money to Ukraine.
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The poll also found that 37 percent of Americans have “only some” confidence in Biden’s handling of the conflict, while 42 percent approve of the U.S. relationship with Russia and 26 percent believe the U.S. should play a major role in the Ukraine conflict.
Former President Donald Trump has been vocal in his criticism of Biden’s handling of the conflict, claiming that he could quickly negotiate a peace deal within 24 hours and calling for all “warmongers and America-Last globalists” to be removed from the senior ranks of government. He also stated that he was the only president in generations who didn’t start a war because he rejected the catastrophic advice of many of Washington’s Generals, bureaucrats, and diplomats.
The poll results have caused concern among many Americans, with some believing that Biden is pushing the world to the brink of World War III. The American public are now looking for a leader who can bring peace to the region and restore their confidence in the government.
It is clear that Joe Biden has a lot of work to do if he wants to gain the trust of the American public. He must take decisive action to show that he is capable of handling the Ukraine conflict and restoring peace to the region. This will be no easy task, but it is one that must be done if Biden wants to restore the public’s faith in his leadership.
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