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Most Americans view Israel as a partner, but fewer see it as sharing US values, AP-NORC poll shows

  • A recent poll shows that while most Americans view Israel as a partner or ally, they are concerned about whether its far-right government shares American values. This tension stems from Netanyahu's proposed judicial overhaul, disagreements over Iran and the Palestinians, and controversial comments from Netanyahu's political allies, which have strained relations with the U.S.
  • Despite disapproval, Biden will emphasize the U.S.'s commitment to Israel's security and work on expanding the Abraham Accords. The U.S. Provides Israel with over $3 billion in military and other assistance annually, and the strong relationship between the two countries has endured despite occasional policy disagreements.
  • The majority of Americans believe that the U.S. Gives the right amount of support to Israel in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with around 40% saying it is the right amount. However, there is a significant divide, with 27% saying the U.S. Is too supportive of Israel and 23% saying it is not supportive enough.
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