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Forty-five percent of likely U.S. voters believe the United States is not doing enough to help Ukraine fight the Russian invasion. Fifteen percent think the U.S. is doing too much. Thirty-three percent said the amount the U.S. is supporting Ukraine is about right.

According to a new Rasmussen Reports national phone and online survey, 50 percent said they agree the Biden administration is making a “colossal mistake” in thinking it can protract the war in Ukraine, bleed Russia dry, topple Putin and signal to China to keep its hands off Tawiwan.

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Thirty-five percent disagreed with Ferguson’s statement.

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