A new poll shows that in dealing with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict overall, an overwhelming 77% of Evangelical Republicans want the United States to lean toward Israel as compared to 29% to Americans overall and 36% of non-Evangelical Republicans. In contrast 66% of all Americans and 60% of Non-Evangelical Republicans want the United States
Six in Ten Americans Say U.S. Weakened Its Economy by Overspending in Response to 9/11 September 8, 2011 Two in Three Say U.S. Power Has Declined as a Result of America’s Response to 9/11 Full report (PDF) Questionnaire with findings (PDF) Six in ten Americans believe that that the U.S.
Correlates of the Israeli Public’s Support for a Peace Accord February 7, 2011 Download Full Report (PDF) By Alvin Richman and David B. Nolle Shortly after President Obama took office in 2009, the U.S. renewed its commitment to an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement. This renewed commitment raises a number of issues,
Attitude Factors in the Search for Israeli-Palestinian Peace: A Comprehensive Review of Recent Polls September 2, 2010 By Alvin Richman Full Report Both the Israeli and Palestinian publics want to reach a peace agreement, but both sides deeply distrust the other and are pessimistic that negotiations will soon resolve their
Israeli Public’s Support for Dismantling Most Settlements Has Risen to a Five-Year High April 15, 2010 By Alvin Richman Questionnaire (PDF hosted at Truman Institute website) A survey of the Israeli general public and Israeli settlers taken in early March shows three-fifths of the Israeli public (60%) support “dismantling most