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A whopping 70% of US adults believe US troops should get involved if Russia invades a NATO member

A whopping 70% of US adults believe US troops should get involved if Russia invades a NATO member

A Quinnipiac University poll of adults in the U.S. found that 70% believe U.S. troops should get involved if Russia mounts an invasion against a NATO nation, while 21% do not think U.S. soldiers should get involved if such a scenario unfolds.

The eyes of the world are on Ukraine as the people of that country bravely fight to defend their sovereign nation against a Russian invasion. The survey, which was conducted from Feb. 25 to 27, found that 63% are concerned that Russia might utilize nuclear weapons if NATO attempts to intervene, while 32% are not concerned.

The poll found that 66% believe that Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to invade additional countries, while 20% do not think he intends to invade elsewhere.

President Joe Biden has said that American forces will not get involved in the Russia-Ukraine war, though he also declared that America will defend NATO territory.

Biden, who is underwater in various job approval polls, is slated to deliver a State of the Union address on Tuesday.

The recent Quinnipiac poll found that 52% disapprove of how Biden is handling in his role, while just 37% approve. The poll found that 43% disapprove strongly, 8% somewhat disapprove, 19% somewhat approve, and 19% strongly approve.

According to the poll, 49% of U.S. adults consider Putin to be mentally unstable, while 31% believe the man is stable. A whopping 81% hold an unfavorable view of Putin, while just 4% indicated having a favorable view of the Russian figure.

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