Majority of Republicans Want to Decrease Aid to Ukraine


    The majority of Republican voters are in favor of reducing aid to foreign countries as Congress is set to give up to 37 billion dollars of aid to Ukraine.

    The Morning Consult poll, released in November's final days, found the majority of Republican voters would like to reduce the amount of foreign aid that is provided. The poll revealed that 48 percent of Republicans would like to reduce their involvement in foreign issues.

    The poll also revealed that Republicans not only are in favor of having the federal government reduce its involvement in soft power or foreign aid, but also nearly 41 percent of GOP voters would like to reduce the presence of American troops overseas, and 46 percent are keen to reduce the involvement of America in conflicts involving military forces.

    The poll was announced as President Joe Biden has requested more than $37 billion in emergency assistance for Ukraine; Congress has so thus far appropriated around $66 billion of aid for Ukraine.

    Many conservatives have urged more examination of foreign aid.


    Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) was the leader of the measure together with representatives Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Paul Gosar (R-AZ), Thomas Massie (R-KY), Andy Biggs (R-AZ), Barry Moore (R-AL), Matt Rosendale (R-MT), Andrew Clyde (R-GA), Dan Bishop (R-NC), Greg Steube (R-FL), and Clay Higgins (R-LA), to review the humanitarian, economic, and military aid given to the country.

    A group of conservative organizations comprising Americans for Prosperity, the Heritage Foundation, FreedomWorks, the Conservative Partnership Institute (CPI), America First Policy Institute, American Moment, Defense Priorities and the Center for Renewing America, and other groups that are part of Koch Network Group — sent letters to House Republican Chairman Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) urging them to reject any further assistance during the lame duck session.

    House Freedom Caucus Chairman Scott Perry (R-PA) stated to Breitbart News in early November that Americans must be aware of whether the United States is waging a “proxy war” against Russia.

    The Morning Consult poll surveyed 2,005 registered voters from October 27 to 28 and has a 2 percent chance of reporting error.


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