About two-thirds of Americans fear that the U.S. will be involved in a "major war" during the Trump presidency, according to an NBC News/SurveyMonkey poll released Wednesday.
Among 11,512 adults surveyed, 36 percent said they were "very worried" about a major war in the next four years, and 30 percent said they were "somewhat worried."
The vote was sharply divided along party lines, with 88 percent of Democrats saying they feared war and roughly 40 percent of Republicans agreeing.
Highlights from the poll
- 43 percent of Americans consider Russia "unfriendly" to the U.S., but just 18 percent call it an "enemy." 35 percent have a favorable view.
- The Russia poll results were very partisan. Republicans were nearly evenly split on whether Russia was a friend or foe, while 76 percent of Democrats had a negative view.
- Older respondents were more likely to call Russia an enemy. About 69 percent of people 65 and older said so, while just 25 percent of 18-29-year-olds agreed.
WATCH | The poll also found 80 percent of Americans thought NATO was good for the U.S. Vice President Pence reiterated U.S. support for NATO at a conference in Munich, despite Trump's insistence that NATO allies aren't paying their fair share.
Another NBC News poll found that 54 percent of Americans disapprove of Trump's performance as president so far.