Majority of Americans 18-24 Support Ending Israel and Giving Territory to Hamas, Poll Finds

The recent Hamas terrorist attacks on Israel have shed light on the disturbing level of antisemitism among young Americans. A new poll conducted by the Harvard-Harris poll reveals that 51% of young Americans aged 18-24 believe that Israel should “be ended and given to Hamas.” This shocking statistic highlights the impact of radical leftist indoctrination on college campuses and the influence of platforms like TikTok on young Americans’ political beliefs.

Additionally, the poll shows that only 32% of young Americans in this age group believe in a two-state solution, while just 17% believe that other Arab states should be asked to absorb Palestinian populations. The findings are deeply concerning given the implications for the future of U.S. foreign policy and international relations.

Furthermore, the poll indicates that 60% of the 18-24 age group believe that Hamas’ October 7th terrorist attack could be “justified by the grievance of Palestinians.” This sentiment is alarming, especially in light of the evidence of Hamas’ use of brutal rape as a weapon of war against innocent civilians.

It is also troubling that 60% of young Americans surveyed agree with the statement that “Israel is committing genocide against those in Gaza” rather than recognizing Israel’s actions as self-defense against Hamas’ terrorist attacks. Additionally, 67% of respondents said they believed Jews “should be treated as oppressors,” revealing a deeply concerning level of antisemitic sentiment among young Americans.

Senator Roger Marshall (R-Kansas) has expressed his concerns, stating that the ideological decay among young Americans, fueled by woke values and victim culture, has led them to sympathize with terrorists who are fundamentally opposed to American values.

The poll results have led to further outrage and condemnation, with many expressing disbelief and concern over the level of antisemitism among young Americans. The implications of these attitudes on U.S. foreign policy and relationships with Israel are significant, and leaders and educators are being called upon to address and combat the underlying causes of this concerning trend.

It is clear that more needs to be done to educate and inform young Americans about the complex realities of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the dangers of embracing antisemitic and extremist viewpoints. As the future leaders of America, it is crucial that young people are equipped with a nuanced and informed understanding of global issues and conflicts.
The findings of the Harvard-Harris poll serve as a wake-up call, highlighting the urgency of addressing the spread of antisemitism and extremist ideologies among young Americans. With concerted effort and education, it is possible to challenge and change these concerning attitudes and ensure a more informed and empathetic future generation.


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