16 year age gap dating
We have covered that trend in many prior posts, including both Pew and Gallup surveys.
The February 2017 Gallup survey showed continued strong support for Israel: I’ll be interested to see the annual Gallup survey, which usually is released in February, and includes more data on undecided voters.
The share of liberal Democrats who sympathize more with Israel than the Palestinians has declined from 33% to 19% since 2016.
The results are being met with glee from anti-Israel activists, and with horror by Israel supporters.
But since then, and especially over the past decade, the share sympathizing more with Israel than with the Palestinians has increased among all ideological groups, with the exception of liberal Democrats.
Today, majorities of conservative Republicans (79%) and moderate and liberal Republicans (65%) say they sympathize more with Israel than with the Palestinians, while just 4% and 13%, respectively, sympathize more with the Palestinians.
For example: Pew May 23, 2016: Views of Israel and the Palestinians have become more ideologically polarized.
In early September 2001, just before the 9/11 terrorist attacks, there were only modest partisan and ideological differences in Israeli-Palestinian sympathies.