A majority of American believe President Biden’s family business ties to Ukraine present a conflict of interest in the Russia-Ukraine war, according to a new poll from the Trafalgar Group.
The survey released in partnership with the Convention of States Action Thursday found that 56.1 percent of Americans believe Biden, whose family has had business interests in Ukraine, has a conflict of interest in the Russia-Ukraine war.
There is a sharp political divide among what voters think about Biden’s family dealings in Ukraine.
More than 78 percent of Republicans say Biden has a conflict of interest in Ukraine and 64.3 of Independents agree, while only one in four Democrats believe so.
On the flip side, a majority of Democrats, 62.3 percent, say Biden does not have a conflict of interest in the country.
Mark Meckler, President of Convention of States Action, was not surprised with the results.
“The majority of Americans see the obvious; the Biden family has a conflict of interest in regard to Ukraine,” Meckler said in a statement. “This was known before the election, and it’s true today. This is not a partisan issue. It’s a simple fact based on Hunter Biden’s seemingly corrupt dealings in Ukraine.”
The new national survey was conducted March 18-21 of over 1,000 likely 2022 election voters.