Public opinion and Ukraine | Opinion

On the eve of the grim anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and as we emerge from the first winter without an overreliance on Russian-controlled energy, Europeans have reason to feel satisfied with the united front they have presented over the past 12 months. One recent survey of the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), with the support of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, analyzes trends in public opinion on the conflict in Ukraine, through a survey of ten European countries, as well as China, India, Turkey, Russia and USA. The study underscores the robustness of public support for the Western-led response to Russia – despite the ongoing, and often intense, debate that still takes place at government level.

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