New Pew Survey Highlights Differences Between Jews and Non-Jews Over Hamas-Israel War

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Article Source: Pew Research Center

Article Source: Pew Research Center

People participate in a demonstration to demand that Israel end its war in Gaza and agree to a cease-fire on March 2 in New York City - Spencer Platt/Getty Images
  • A Pew Research Center survey revealed significant differences between U.S. Jews and the general American population regarding the Israel-Hamas war.
  • Most U.S. Jews see both the reasons for Israel’s actions and how the war is conducted as justified, contrasting with the broader U.S. perspective. Younger Americans and Muslims are less approving of Israel and more understanding of Hamas, illustrating diverse views on the conflict within the U.S.
  • About one-in-five U.S. Muslims say the Oct. 7 attack on Israel was acceptable, including 11 percent who describe it as somewhat acceptable and 10 percent who call it completely acceptable. Read More

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