Hard Numbers: Americans mull response, Ukrainian death toll mounts

Protesters demonstrate in support of Ukraine at the White House in Washington, DC.

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20: In a new survey, 20% of Americans say they believe Washington should not be involved in the Ukraine conflict at all. A quarter favor the US taking a major role in the conflict, and just over half say a “minor role” is right.


137: A total of 137 people were killed in the first day of fighting on Thursday after Russia invaded Ukraine, according to the Ukrainian government. This includes both civilians and soldiers.
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