A new poll released on Thursday has revealed that the majority of Republican Americans do not support providing weapons and financial support to Ukraine, compared to their Democrat or independent counterparts.
The Axios/Ipsos Two Americas poll found that overall, 59 percent of Americans, or three in five, support providing weapons and financial support to the Eastern European nation. Most Democrats and independents agreed as well, at 79 and 60. percent, respectively.
42 percent of Republicans said that the US could provide such support to Ukraine.
The poll also focused on the 20th anniversary of the United States invading Iraq, which found that Republicans were more likely to say that the US was right to invade Iraq than their Democrat or independent counterparts.
58 percent of Republicans said that the US was right, compared to 26 percent of Democrats and 32 percent of independents.
31 percent of Americans overall said that the Iraq war has made the US less safe, while the majority of Americans, 54 percent, said that the US’s focus on national defense and homeland security in the last 20 years has made the country safer.
73 percent of Americans said the US should continue to "try to be the global leader."
The Axios/Ipsos Two Americas poll was conducted between March 10 and 13 of 1,018 American adults. The poll has a margin of error of 3.3 percent.
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