Guys, maybe ratings-obsessed Hair Füror and his quisling buddy Tucker Carlson might want to check out the latest Pew Research Poll before they do anymore Putin fan-boi’ing:
Weeks after Russia invaded his country, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy draws overwhelmingly positive ratings from the American public for his handling of international affairs. Around seven-in-ten Americans (72%) have a lot or some confidence in Zelenskyy, higher than any other international leader asked about in a new Pew Research Center survey.
A bar chart showing that around seven-in-ten Americans have confidence in Zelenskyy; only 6% say the same about Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin receives dismal ratings, with only 6% of U.S. adults expressing confidence in him following his decision to invade Ukraine – an all-time low in surveys going back nearly two decades. The vast majority of Americans (92%) have little or no confidence in Putin’s handling of world affairs, including 77% who have none at all.
Hitched your wagon to the wrong star, boys, but you gotta dance with them whut brung ya.