Smith conducted a poll of 500 people with a 4.5% margin of error that was published by the Jerusalem Post on Dec 15 2017.

Is the Trump administration more pro-Israel, more pro-Palestinian, or neutral?

76% Pro-Israel, 14% Neutral, 8% No opinion/don’t know, 2% Pro-Palestinian

Jewish voters: 77% Pro-Israel, 15% Neutral, 7% No opinion/don’t know, 1% Pro-Palestinian
Arab voters: 69% Pro-Israel

Will Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel contribute to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, does it harm the chances of resolving the conflict or does it have no impact?

42.9% Impedes resolving the conflict, 25.3% Has no influence, 23.1% Contributes to resolving the conflict, 8.8% No opinion

Jewish voters: 36% Has no influence, 33% Impedes resolving the conflict, 23% Contributes to resolving the conflict, 8% No opinion
Arab voters: 76% Impedes resolving the conflict.

Bayit Yehudi voters: 47% Contributes to resolving the conflict
Likud voters: 22% Contributes to resolving the conflict
Zionist Union voters: 14% Contributes to resolving the conflict
Yesh Atid voters: 12% Contributes to resolving the conflict

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