Israelis more pro-Clinton than Americans — poll


Republican candidate touts pro-Israel stance, but survey shows residents of Jewish state give 15-point lead to Democrat rival

ed note–keep in mind the following–day by day, Israel sinks deeper and deeper into her religiously induced thirst for war, the spilling of Gentile blood and regional domination as has been commanded via Judaism’s ‘holiest book’, the Torah. The Israeli Jews who support Clinton over Trump are not doing so because they are peaceniks or harmless-as-doves hippies out to live in peace with their non-Judaic neighbors. Despite Trump’s best attempts at making noises indicating he is a ‘supporter’ of the Jewish state, nevertheless the Jews of Israel–just like their cousins in the US–are not buying it. They know, deep down in the marrow of their Judaic bones, which of the 2 candidates is going to rubber-stamp all those little plans Israel has in the near future, including war against Iran, Russia, etc, and here’s a news flash–It isn’t Trump.

The bottom line is this–all those out there who applied checkers-level analysis to what has been a complex and oftentimes confusing game of political chess by filling up the comments section of hundreds (thousands?) of websites such as this with the inane charge that Trump is ‘owned by the Jews’ because he has said nice things about Israel and his daughter is married to Jared Kushner have in fact engaged in the very same type of activity as those making up the ‘angry white man brigade’ who have willingly furthered the aims of organized Jewish interests by growling about ‘DEM MOOZLUMS’ for the benefit of a maniacal, nuclear armed state intent upon bringing about Armageddon. As the old saying goes, sometimes silence is golden, and certainly had there not been all this anti-Trump chirping on the part of certain self-proclaimed ‘experts’ in this ‘movement’ Clinton would not be as close to attaining the Presidency as she is and be default, the rest of us would not be as close as we are to being thrown into the Judaic furnace that has been prepared for us all.

Times of Israel

Despite many efforts by Donald Trump’s election campaign to show off his pro-Israel credentials, a recent survey released Wednesday shows that Israelis prefer Hillary Clinton by a wider margin than do Americans.

In a phone poll of 500 Jews and 100 Arabs conducted by the Israel Democracy Institute, in response to the question, “And whom would you want to win the US presidential elections: Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?” 43.1% of Jews preferred Clinton and only 34.2% wanted Trump as president.

Among Arabs the margin was much wider, with 58% supporting Clinton and only 11.2% hoping for a Trump win.

Pollsters did not include Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson or the Green Party’s Jill Stein in their survey.

In the US recent polls show that in a head-to-head contest Clinton leads Trump by five or six points — Fox News puts it at 48%-42% and Huffington Post has the Democratic nominee ahead by 47% to 41.7%.

The Trump campaign has set up offices in Israel to encourage US citizens to vote in the upcoming election. In the month since Republicans Overseas Israel launched its campaign, it has set up five offices and plans to open several more.

Trump’s rhetoric has been stridently pro-Israel, including a claim Monday that if he is not elected, the Iran nuclear deal will destroy Israel.

Yet the majority of Israelis don’t seem to agree with Trump’s doomsday message.

The Democratic campaign rejects Trump’s claim that he is the best for the future of the Jewish state. Clinton’s running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., defended the Iran deal and dismissed Trump’s concerns about Israel as insincere.

“Israel is our strongest partner in the region,” Kaine said. “Trump’s plan was to pat them on the back and tell them good luck. That’s no way to treat an ally, that’s no way to treat a friend.”

According to the IDI poll, an overwhelming majority of Israelis also believe that Clinton will be the next president of the US, with the Democratic nominee ahead 61.6% to 23.8%.

In answer to the question “Which of the two candidates, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, if elected, will be better from the standpoint of the Israeli government’s policy?” 34.3% of respondents said Trump and 34.5% said Clinton.

However, there was a clear difference between Jews and Arabs on this. Of Jews, 38.5% viewed Trump as better for the Israeli government compared to 33.4% for Clinton. Only 13.6% of Arabs thought Trump would be better, whereas 39.8% thought Clinton would be.

  1. #1 by Isaac on 09/08/2016 - 9:34

    What the hell Israel has to do with the US Elections? the elections have been converted into who is more for Israel. How about who is more for America?

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