Survey: Half US citizens rate aid to Ukraine excessive


,-  Sunday, December 5, a poll by the Financial Times and the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business found that 50% of Americans think the US government spends too much on military and financial help to Ukraine.

Another finding from the study was that 26% of people thought the US was helping Ukraine enough, while 11% said the US wasn't spending enough money on aid.

The poll also found that 47% of people who answered thought that the amount of aid going to Israel was too much, while 11% thought that Washington could give Israel more aid.

The poll ran from May 2nd to May 6th and got answers from 1,003 people, giving it a 3.1 percentage point margin of error.

Since Russia began its military operations in Ukraine in February 2022, Western countries, including the US, have given Kiev a huge amount of military and financial help.

Russia and other countries have been told over and over again by the Kremlin not to keep sending weapons to Ukraine because it could make the situation worse.

Russia sent formal notes to every North Atlantic Defense Pact (NATO) country in April 2022 about sending weapons to Ukraine. Sergey Lavrov, the foreign minister of Russia, said that any cargo that went to Ukraine with weapons would be a valid target for Russia.

Source: Sputnik-OANA
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