U.S. Opinion Polls Show Growing Support for Palestinians
Curtiss, Richard H., Hanley, Delinda C., Washington Report on Middle East Affairs
Richard H. Curtiss is executive editor and Delinda C. Hanley news editor of the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs.
There is good news for Palestinians from recent opinion polls. Most polls from the United States, Europe, and even Israel, show growing support for a Palestinian state. U.S. numbers increasingly resemble European polls as Americans become more conscious of what the Israelis have done in the occupied territories.
Let's start with a CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll conducted June 7 and 8. For the first time since last October, a plurality of Americans, 43 percent, said the United States supports Israel too much, while 40 percent said Israel gets the right amount …
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Publication information: Article title: U.S. Opinion Polls Show Growing Support for Palestinians. Contributors: Curtiss, Richard H. - Author, Hanley, Delinda C. - Author. Magazine title: Washington Report on Middle East Affairs. Volume: 21. Issue: 7 Publication date: September/October 2002. Page number: 11. © Not available. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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