56% of Americans blame Biden’s chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal for Putin’s invasion of Ukraine and more than half believe the Russian leader will use nuclear weapons, new poll shows

A majority of American adults believe Russian President Vladimir Putin was emboldened to invade Ukraine after the U.S.’s disorderly exit from Afghanistan – but Republicans and conservatives agreed in larger numbers



By Nikki Schwab, Senior U.S. Political Reporter For Dailymail.com18:38 GMT 08 Mar 2022 , updated 19:54 GMT 08 Mar 2022



Fifty-six per cent of Americans believe President Joe Biden’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan emboldened Russia’s Vladimir Putin to invade Ukraine 



Nearly an idential percentage of Americans fear Putin could use nuclear weapons as the conflict escalates 

A I&I/TIPP Poll released Monday found that Americans are ‘deeply unsettled’ by Putin’s moves against Ukraine 

Overall, 56 per cent of respondents said it was very or somewhat likely that Putin could use nuclear weapons in the conflict 

On that question, there wasn’t a major divide between Republicans and Democrats, liberals and conservatives

There was a bigger party-line split when pollsters asked if Putin was emboldened by the U.S.’s messy withdrawal from Afghanistan 



Fifty-six per cent of Americans believe President Joe Biden’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan emboldened Russian President Vladimir Putin to invade Ukraine.

Nearly an idential percentage of Americans fear Putin could use nuclear weapons as the conflict escalates. 

A I&I/TIPP Poll released Monday found that Americans are ‘deeply unsettled’ by Putin’s moves against Ukraine.  



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Fifty-six per cent of Americans believe President Joe Biden’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan emboldened Russian President Vladimir Putin to invade Ukraine. A photo from Tuesday shows a burned out car and buildings damaged in Putin’s assault



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A majority of American adults believe Russian President Vladimir Putin was emboldened to invade Ukraine after the U.S.’s disorderly exit from Afghanistan – but Republicans and conservatives agreed in larger numbers

Overall, 56 per cent of respondents said it was very or somewhat likely that Putin could use nuclear weapons in the conflict. 

On that question, there wasn’t a major divide between Republican and Democratic, and liberal and conservative responses, with 59 per cent of Democrats in agreement, compared to 53 per cent of Republicans. And 59 per cent of conservatives versus 57 per cent of liberals. 

The group that said it was most likely that Putin would use nukes was Democrats, followed by conservatives. 

There was a bigger party-line split when pollsters asked if Putin was emboldened by the U.S.’s messy withdrawal from Afghanistan. 



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Overall, 56 per cent of respondents said it was very or somewhat likely that Russian President Vladimir Putin (pictured) could use nuclear weapons in the conflict

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On that question, there wasn’t a major divide between Republicans and Democrats, liberals and conservatives

Fifty per cent of conservatives agreed strongly, respresenting the largest group to hold this view. 

Still, 21 per cent of Democrats said they agreed strongly, with another 25 per cent of Democrats saying they somewhat agreed. 

A number of Republicans, including former President Donald Trump, have publicly made the connection between the botched Afghanistan withdrawal and Putin’s decision to invade. 

Overall, 77 per cent of Americans believe the U.S. military will be dragged into Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, with 34 per cent believing that strongly and another 43 per cent saying they somewhat agreed. 

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