Time wrote on Nov 1
Public support for aid to Ukraine has been in decline for months in the U.S., and Zelensky’s visit did nothing to revive it. Some 41% of Americans want Congress to provide more weapons to Kyiv, down from 65% in June, when Ukraine began a major counteroffensive, according to a Reuters survey taken shortly after Zelensky’s departure. [...]
“He deludes himself,” one of his closest aides tells me in frustration. “We’re out of options. We’re not winning. But try telling him that.”
It's not clear who that adviser is, but anyhow it's been likewise reported by CNN quoting The Economist that Zaluzhny said “we have reached the level of technology that puts us into a stalemate” and “there will most likely be no deep and beautiful breakthrough” in the war. Zelenskyy has sought to downplay that: "There are different opinions […] But this is not a stalemate."
What's the morale situation in Europe? Has there been a major change in mood there as well, with respect to providing more support for Ukraine, after the outcome of the summer offensive?
Please note that I'm not asking whether they support/prefer Ukraine over Russia. I'm asking if they (Europeans) think more/increased support is desirable, given the rather stalemate-y situation at the front.