A new poll indicates that 45% of likely American voters believe that the U.S.-Israel relationship has worsened under President Joe Biden, versus 15% of likely voters who think it has improved, and 33% of voters who say it is the same.
The poll, from Rasmussen Reports, was conducted among 1,000 likely voters over May 31 and June 1, with a 3% margin of error with 95% confidence. The survey was more than a week after the end of the 12-day war between Israel and Palestinian Hamas terrorists, who launched the conflict by fomenting riots and firing rocket barrages at Israeli civilians.
The Biden administration has still failed to nominate a U.S. ambassador to Israel — a post that President Donald Trump had managed to fill by March 2017, despite heavy opposition from Democrats in the Senate to almost all his nominees.
Biden has, however, enthusiastically pursued a