Americans Turning Against Israel, Latest Gallup Poll Shows

According to a new Gallup poll released on Wednesday, many Americans are not in favor of Israel’s actions in Gaza, with numbers hitting record lows.

The poll showed 55% of Americans disapprove of Israel’s war in Gaza while only 36% approve. This is a drastic change from November, which saw half of Americans approving Israel’s war in Gaza after Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack, while 45% of Americans disapproved.

The poll also found that support has decreased among Democrats, Republicans and Independents.

The results showed that only 18% of Democrats approved of Israel’s war in Gaza. In November, 36% of Democrats approved while 75% disapproved. For Republicans, 64% approved of the military operations in Gaza and 30% disapproved. In November, Republican support for Israel was at 71%.

Independents are also against Israel’s treatment of Gaza. According to the poll, less than three in 10 Independents approve of Israel’s military strike while 60% disapprove.

More Americans would also like to see more humanitarian aid enter Gaza and less military support for Israel. According to another survey conducted, 50% of Americans are in favor of more humanitarian aid, while 36% wanted the U.S. to help fight Hamas.

A Gallup poll released last week also showed President Joe Biden’s approval rating for the handling of the Israel-Hamas conflict declined to 27%, his lowest rating for any issue.

The numbers come after months of protests from Americans demanding that Biden agree to a ceasefire in Gaza. Liberals were so disgusted by Biden’s stance on Israel that they nicknamed him “Genocide Joe.”

Israel began a defensive attack on Gaza after Hamas committed a terrorist attack on Oct. 7, killing 1,200 people.

On Monday, the U.N. Security Council voted 14-0 in a resolution for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. The U.S. abstained from voting, allowing for the ceasefire resolution to pass.

Israeli officials criticized the Biden administration for not vetoing the resolution. Even though there was a call for an immediate ceasefire, Israel has continued its airstrike on Rafah, killing several Palestinian civilians and an unknown number of terrorists.

Now that the U.S. abstained from voting in the U.N. resolution demanding an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, the results of the polls may change.

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