Around two in three Americans believe U.S. armed forces will have to go back to Afghanistan to renew the fight against terrorism, according to a new survey.

More than 60% of people polled in a recent Quinnipiac survey believe forces will ultimately have to go back to the desert nation. while just 28% think it won’t be necessary.

Of course, there are big partisan divides, with over 80% of Republicans believing it will happen and just 38% of Democrats saying the same.

Liberal respondents overwhelmingly supported (85%) Joe Biden’s choice to withdraw troops, while a whopping 62% approved of his handling of the troop withdrawal. This compares to just 27% of Republicans who think Biden made the correct choice and just 8% who think the withdrawal ended well.

Additionally, 9 out of 10 Democrat respondents said Biden made the correct choice to end the war and bring troops home, while only 48%, of Republican respondents agreed.

The survey was conducted from Sept. 10-13, and Quinnipiac reported a margin of error of just under 3 percentage points.