Jerusalem, Aug. 28 (ANI): Only four percent Israelis consider the policies of President Barack Obama as pro-Israel, a Smith Research poll conducted by The Jerusalem Post has revealed.
More than half (51 percent) of Jewish Israelis consider Obama's administration more pro-Palestinian than pro-Israel, according to the survey, while 35 percent consider it neutral.
The support for Obama Administration has fallen 2 percent from an earlier poll published in the paper.
In June, 6 percent Israelis had viewed the policies of the Obama administration more pro-Palestinian than pro-Israeli, while less than four in 10 said the policies were neutral.
The poll of 500 people representing a statistical model of the Jewish Israeli population had a margin of error of 4.5 percent.
Obama's popularity among Israelis has been plummeting since a May 17 Post poll on the eve of a meeting between Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Obama at the White House.
The new poll was taken on Monday and Tuesday, before reports that Obama had agreed to exclude Jerusalem from a deal with Netanyahu on a construction freeze and to allow construction of essential public buildings, such as schools, to continue in Judea and Samaria.
The poll asked Jewish Israelis whether they would support freezing settlement construction for a year as part of an American-brokered deal.
Fifty percent said no, 41 percent said yes and 9 percent did not express an opinion. (ANI)