Gallup says Americans favor Israelis over Palestinians by record numbers, 63-17. Here’s the poll, with lots of graphs. Support for Palestinians is highest among American liberals, with 30 percent sympathy. The numbers are 80 percent of Republicans for Israel, and 57 percent of Dems and Independents. Gallup:
Americans’ views toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict held fairly steady over the past year, with a near record-high 63% continuing to say their sympathies lie more with the Israelis. Seventeen percent sympathize more with the Palestinians…
on a relative basis, Palestinians’ greatest support is found among liberals (30%), followed by Democrats and those with postgraduate education (24% each).
Additionally, adults aged 18 to 34 are slightly less likely than those 55 and older to sympathize with the Israelis….
In recent years, with no major breakthroughs in the Mideast peace process and no resolution to the Hamas vs. Fatah political rift in the Palestinian territories, Americans’ sympathies toward the conflict’s players have leaned heavily toward the Israelis. In fact, with more than 60% of Americans sympathizing with Israel since 2010, public support for the Jewish state has been stronger than at any time other than in 1991, when Israel was hit by Iraqi Scud missiles during the Gulf War.