Fewer in U.S. See Middle East Conflict as Critical Threat by RJ Reinhart Story Highlights 36% see Israeli-Palestinian conflict as a critical threat to U.S. interests Down from 45% in 2016 47% in U.S. favor an independent Palestinian state WASHINGTON, D.C. — Thirty-six percent of Americans say the conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians poses a "critical threat" to U.S. interests, down from 45% in 2016 and the lowest percentage in Gallup's 14-year trend. Coincidentally, the percentage who say the conflict is an "important" but not critical threat has increased from 41% to 48%. These data come from Gallup's annual World Affairs poll, conducted Feb 1-10, as U.S. tensions with North Korea and Russia garnered significant media attention and the Middle East conflict was not as widely covered Despite Democrats and Republicans holding different views of Israel and the Palestinian…

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