Most Americans are unhappy with President Joe Biden’s handling of the bloody war between Hamas and Israel in Gaza. This was seen in a survey by the US-based media New York Times and the research organization Siena College Poll.
Young Americans are more dissatisfied than older voters with Israel’s handling of the war and the US administration’s response.
One question in the survey was, do you agree with the way President Biden is handling the Israel-Hamas war in Gaza?
57 percent of Americans disagreed. And 33 percent of Americans think that Biden is moving in the right direction on the Israel issue.
The US presidential election will be held next year. It is assumed that Republican candidate Donald Trump will have a tough fight with Democrat Biden in this election. Recently, a new poll conducted by Reuters/Ipsos showed that Trump is only 2 points ahead of Biden in terms of public support.
In such a situation, the American people are asked to know whom they trust more about the Gaza war. It shows that 46 percent of Americans prefer to trust Trump. And 33 percent want to trust Biden.
The majority of 18- to 29-year-old voters in the United States support the Democratic Party. According to a New York Times and research firm Siena College Poll, three-quarters of this age group are not satisfied with the way Biden is handling the Gaza war.
On October 7, the Palestinian independence armed group Hamas attacked Israel, killing 1,200 people and taking 240 hostages. Since then, Israeli forces have continued to attack the Gaza Strip. Israel has faced international criticism for the death toll from indiscriminate aerial and artillery bombardment. Palestinian health authorities in Gaza have said that so far, about 20,000 people have been killed in Israel’s attacks.