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Majority of Democrats Don't Support Israel Defense Against Hamas

Dondi Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 5:16 PM
Ok Katie, by your article 74% of Republicans and 59% of Independents agree with Israels actions, of which I do also, but at the same time Katie, 26% of Republicans and 41% of Independents don't agree with the actions of Israel. So I would wish you would also put those numbers in your article instead of looking so biased against all democrats.
rgbadger Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 6:15 PM
Oh right, she forgot - no elementary math skills for Democrats please. These are simple math percentages. Typically, you would always show the three comparison numbers for the same stance. In this case - supporting Israel. Otherwise, she would have shown the numbers for those who did not support Israel - which would have been 60% for Democrats. You think that makes them look better? Your comment does not make sense.
Dondi Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 6:25 PM
It makes perfect sense if you put the good with the bad, those that favor and those that don't. Both you and I know that Katie was favoring Republicans over Democrats again, same ole Katie...spin, spin spin.
Becca in TX Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 5:52 PM
Dondi-maybe she thinks we're smart enough to figure it out
Marie150 Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 5:20 PM
You just said she put it in her article and then you said she did not put it in her article.

Lance8762 Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 5:23 PM
Marie, you're talkin' about a guy who thinks Katie Pavlich is READIN' these posts.

(Water twice a week!)

A new CNN poll shows only 40 percent of Democrats support Israel's response to Hamas launching repeatedly rockets into their country.

"Although most Americans think the Israeli actions are justified, there are key segments of the public who don't necessarily feel that way," said CNN Polling Director Keating Holland. "Only four in ten Democrats think the Israeli actions in Gaza are justified, compared to 74% of Republicans and 59% of independents. Support for Israel's military action is 13 points higher among men than among women, and 15 points higher among older Americans than among younger Americans."