Poll shows “American voters have overwhelmingly positive attitudes toward Israel and are strongly supportive of the US-Israel alliance”

Two-Thirds of US Voters View Themselves as Pro-Israel, New Poll Finds
by Staff
July 20, 2020

Around two-thirds of US voters describe themselves as pro-Israel and oppose reducing American security aid to the Jewish state, according to a new poll. The survey — performed by The Mellman Group for the Democratic Majority for Israel (DMFI) — found that 67 percent of all voters, 68 percent of Democrats and 68 percent of voters in battleground states view themselves as pro-Israel. Among Democrats, 72 percent called Israel a “strong US ally,” and 71 percent wanted to see a party platform adopted this year that was at least as favorable to Israel as the 2016 one. READ MORE

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