Poll: American Support for 2 State Solution in Israel Hits 20 Year Low
Support for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is at nearly a 20-year low among Americans, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Only 39 percent of respondents in the poll expressed support for a two-state solution, down from 58 percent in 2003, according to a Gallup Poll.
It is worth noting that Politico is running a huge picture of a Code Pink anti-Israel protest. That's a powerful, not-so-subtle attempt to undermine the very news in the post running below the picture.
Also, it's rather difficult to ascertain if Americans are losing hope, realizing that this is a part of the world that will always be in turmoil.
One thing is certain: the relationship between the United States and Israel is going to need a lot of repair when President Fundamentally Transform finally exits the arena. If he stays around to muck up the works like Jimmy Carter has all these years, things may never be patched up.