Poll: 54% of New Yorkers believe Ukraine War will have long-lasting economic impacts

LOUDONVILLE – A new Siena College Research Institute poll finds more than half of New Yorkers believe the war in Ukraine will have long-lasting financial impacts for Americans in the years to come.

The Siena College Research Institute surveyed 801 New Yorkers, and of that, 54% said they believed the war in Ukraine and international response would lead to long-term financial challenges for all Americans. Thirty-two percent of people believe the war will be over soon, and the American economy will be largely unaffected.

In terms of the current inflation rates, seventy percent of people say inflation is having an impact on their personal finances. More than 85% of people say they are concerned about food prices and 80% say they are concerned with the cost of gasoline.

To see the full list of results from the poll, click here.