POLL: Biden’s Trip to Israel Receives a Mixed Reception
According to a Rasmussen poll, 42% of likely United States voters believe Joe Biden’s trip to Israel was a success, which includes 14% who believe it was very successful. 45% don’t believe Biden’s Israel visit was successful, which includes 26% who indicated it was not successful in the slightest bit. Another 13% of voters are unsure.
The conflict between Hamas and Israel has sparked controversy about whether the United States should allow Palestinian refugees from Gaza to settle down in the country. Only 28% of voters believe the US should resettle Gaza refugees, whereas 52% were against such a move.. An additional 20% are unsure.
While visiting Israel, Biden declared “The vast majority of Palestinians are not Hamas. Hamas does not represent the Palestinian people.”
60% of US voters agree,which includes 33% who strongly agree with Biden’s statement. 26% disagree, which includes 11% who strongly disagree, while 14% are unsure.
14% of voters believe Biden’s policy favors Israel too much, whereis 37% believe his policy is not sufficiently favorable to Israel. 36% indicated Biden’s policy toward Israel is just right, and 13% are unsure.
54% of Democrats voters believe Biden’s Israel policy is adequate. However, only 21% of Republican voters and 32% of independent voters share this view. 53% of Republican voters, 19% of Democrat voters, and 39% of independent voters believe Biden’s policy is insufficiently favorable to Israel. 17% of Democrats voters, 14% of Republican voters or 12% of independent voters believe Biden’s policy favors Israel too much.
41% of white voters, 58% of black voters, and 34% of other non-black minority voters perceive Biden’s trip to Israel as at least somewhat successful.
Voters below the age of 40 are significantly more likely than older voters to believe Biden’s policy favors Israel too much. The majority of older voters believe the US should not welcome Gaza refugees.
Voters earning over $200,000 annually are the most likely to approve of bringing in Palestinian refugees to the country. By contrast, voters making between $30,000 and $50,000 annually are the most likely economic sub-strata to oppose such a policy.
The Biden regime is clearly itching for conflict in the Middle East. Rational foreign policy minds should do everything possible to derail such insane maneuvers. On top of that, the US should not be accepting new migrants into the country. Middle Americans should not pay the price for the ruling class’s foreign policy misdeeds abroad.
Hopefully, sane political actors prevail here. If not, we could be in store for some of the nastiest forms of “Invade the World, Invite World” politics in the decades to come. It doesn’t have to be said that if this political order is not overturned, America as we know it will cease to exist.