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Author: Daniel Yankelovich

A new survey of public opinion on U.S. foreign policy shows that Americans are split in two along party and religious lines. Still, significant majorities are starting to come together based on discontent with the war in Iraq, U.S. standing in the Muslim world, and illegal immigration. Soon the grumbling may become too loud for policymakers to ignore.

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Are U.S. Voters Becoming Isolationist–or Just More Partisan?

Author: Stephen Sestanovich
Wall Street Journal

American voters still favor an active U.S. role in the world but disagree more than they used to about how that role should be exercised. They are increasingly at odds about two big issue clusters—globalization and military intervention. These divisions will not keep a new president from trying to build bipartisan support for foreign policy, but the poll numbers are clear—the job is getting harder.

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Gallup Votes for Bibi

Author: Elliott Abrams
Weekly Standard

Critics of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech to Congress last year attacking the Iran nuclear deal were certain it would harm Israel’s support in the United States. But a new Gallup poll shows that Israel’s popularity among Democrats has risen over the last year, as Elliott Abrams explains in the Weekly Standard.

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