Last week US strategist and pollster, Stanley Greenberg, submitted the results of his recent survey to Zionist entity’s president Shimon Peres, deputy prime minister Dan Meridor and officials from Bibi’s office. The survey shows that during the last few years – the public support for the Zionist entity is on the decline not only in the US but also in Germany, France and Sweden (all of which have ZOGs). The survey was sponsored by the Jerusalem-based American Jewish organization ‘The Israel Project (TIP)’. The TIP was established in 2002 as an Israel advocacy organization, which was founded by its current president, Jennifer Laszio Mizrahi. Its board of advisors includes 15 US lawmakers.
Since its inception – TIP has been active in grooming public opinion against the Islamic Republic and took credit for pushing sanctions against Tehran.
In response to one of the questions the participants were asked: “Does the US need to support Israel?” – 51% of American responded with YES (it was 63% in 2009).
The other question posed in the survey was: “Is the Israeli government committed to peace with Palestinians?” – 46% of American responded with YES (it was 66% in 2007).
In Europe the question was “how you feel about Israel or Palestinians?”. Only 19% of German respondents said they felt “warm” or “very warm” feelings toward Israel, while 50% responded they experienced “very cold” or unfavorable feelings toward Israel.
The survey also showed Germans favored Palestinians over Israel, with 26% percent saying they felt “warm” or “very warm” feelings toward them and 39% feeling “cold” or “very cold” feelings toward Palestinians.
In France 24% said they felt “warm” or “very warm” feelings toward Israel, while 31% felt “cold” or “very cold” feelings toward it.
In Sweden 49% percent said their feelings toward Israel were “cold” or “very cold”.