Back in early 2008 (for instance) there was a Gallup poll on whether the US public approved of the (then) troop surge in Iraq. Somewhat unsurprisingly [to me], in that instance the results were fairly skewed along party lines (>= 70% of Republicans approved while less than 30% of the Democrats did.) The might be other surges (for other wars) where the results were less skewed but I haven't researched that any further.
(Ok, I actually did look a bit, now. The next year's surge in Afghanistan was a lot less divided along party lines, but still divided the US public as a whole in almost equal proportions. Also, polls on such matters seem to have fairly high variability in responses over time, even regarding the same conflict area.)
Anyway, what I want to ask: given the relatively slow progress that Russia is making in the Donetsk (although they fully taken Luhanks), and given that that was a declared a goal of the war, i.e. to fully recapture the Donbas to prevent a genocide there (according to the Kremlin's claims), is there a "war-surge party" in Russia? I mean if there's a genocide against Russians possible or ongoing, doesn't that require a more serious mobilization than the trench warfare we've seen for the last 4-5 months? Are there any polls on the matter in Russia or political parties asking for a troop surge in the Donbas?