(POLL) 1 year later: 46% view Ukraine war as stalemate

On the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, nearly half of American voters see the war as a stalemate.

That’s according to the latest Rasmussen Reports.

The national survey finds that just 19% of likely U.S. voters believe Russia is winning the war in Ukraine.

Twenty-one percent (21%) think Ukraine is winning, down from 32% in December.  

Forty-six percent (46%) see the war in Ukraine as basically a stalemate, up from 38% in December.

Another 14% are not sure who’s winning. 

Forty-one percent (41%) of voters rate President Joe Biden “excellent” or “krgood” for his handling of the situation in Ukraine.

Thirty-seven percent (37%) give Biden a “poor” rating for his handling of Ukraine.

These findings are nearly unchanged from December.

To see survey question wording, click here.

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  1. Stalemate?…How about checkmate? …Russia takes on the Ukrainian/Khazarian money laundering operation and defends the Ukrainian people from the Azov attacks on Ukranian citizens. Putin may not be the US’s best friend (appearances are deceptive), but as the Art of War teaches: “the enemy of my enemy(Chicom-CCP=enemy)is my ally.” We have bigger fish to fry and the Briben’ crime gang’s associations with CCP oligarchs and Ukraine/Khazarian gangsters is a much greater threat to US interests at home. How about we get to the bottom of the East Palestine event for starters!

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