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Americans are worried about war.

A NBC News/Survey Monkey poll asked Americans about their concern that the U.S. will get involved in a major war within the next four years. 66% said they were either very worried or somewhat worried.

These results may reflect the public's view of President Trump's leadership.

Democrats were over twice as likely to be worried as Republicans.

War anxiety may also be related to concerns about Russia.

The same poll found that 61% of Americans consider Russia either unfriendly or a straight-up enemy.

Once again, Democrats had a significantly more negative outlook than Republicans.

A December poll from the Chicago Council on Global Affairs found that Americans' view of Russia is at its lowest point since 1986.

Since June, Russia's popularity has been declining on both sides of the political aisle.

The survey comes as President Trump, who has said members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) must contribute more spending to the alliance, enters his second month in office. 
Eighty percent of Americans said being part of NATO is good for the country, while 15 percent said it is bad for the country.
The survey was conducted online from Feb. 13-19, polling 11,512 adults throughout the country.

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