Poll: U.S. Public Support for Israel Plummets to Just 32%, Majority Back Ceasefire
US public support for Israel’s war with Gaza plummeted from an already weak 41% last month to just 32% in the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll.
U.S. public support for Israel’s war against Hamas militants in Gaza is eroding and most Americans think Israel should call a ceasefire to a conflict that has ballooned into a humanitarian crisis, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll.
Some 32% of respondents in the two-day opinion poll, which closed on Tuesday, said “the U.S. should support Israel” when asked what role the United States should take in the fighting. That was down from 41% who said the U.S. should back Israel in a Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted Oct. 12-13.
The share saying “the U.S. should be a neutral mediator” rose to 39% in the new poll from 27% a month earlier. Four percent of respondents in the poll said the U.S. should support Palestinians and 15% said the U.S. shouldn’t be involved at all, both similar readings to a month ago.
As I reported earlier today, pro-Israel billionaires had to pay people to go to the “March for Israel” in DC.
Meanwhile, Candace Owens — who Ben Shapiro thought he was paying to push pro-Israel propaganda — has fled the Israel First plantation!