President Biden's handling of the recent Israel-Hamas conflict is drawing sharp criticism from American voters, with a new poll revealing a significant majority disapproving of his approach. According to a New York Times/Siena College survey released Tuesday, only 33% of voters approve of Biden's Israel policy, while a striking 57% disapprove.
This sentiment mirrors the broader American public's divided stance on the conflict itself. The poll shows that roughly 45% of voters believe the U.S. should be more supportive of Israel, while 34% think the U.S. should be more supportive of Palestinians.
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