A new Rasmussen Reports poll has shown that the majority of people thought Ukraine is winning the war against Russia, which might provide President Joe Biden more space to handle the issue.
The national telephone and online survey showed that 32 percent of U.S. voters thought that Ukraine was winning the war, while only 14 percent thought that Russia was winning. In the same poll in June 24 percent believed that Russia was winning the war, while 18 percent thought that Ukraine was winning.
Around 38 percent believed that the war was at a stalemate, which is down from the 45 percent that held a similar belief in June. There is also a great number of people who are not yet sure of who is winning. They make 15 percent of the U.S. voters asked about the winner of the war.
Biden’s performance in handling the war has also received stellar ratings with around 41 percent of voters saying he has done an excellent or good job with how he has handled the conflict. In the same poll in June only 31 percent had thought his performance was good. There are also those who find his performance to be poor, at 39 percent, which is a decrease from the 44 percent it had been in June.
Around 30 percent of U.S. voters also believe that the country is not doing enough to support Ukraine, but 33 percent of voters think that the U.S. is doing too much. Twenty-eight percent said that the support provided is sufficient.