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70% of Americans Say "I Do Not Consider Myself A Zionist" - 6/15/2017

This unprecedented poll reveals the disconnect between the identity of American adults regarding Zionism and the official positions taken by their members of Congress. A majority—70.3 percent—do not consider themselves Zionists as defined: “A Zionist is a person who believes in the development and protection of a Jewish nation in what is now Israel.” Only 24.9 percent say, “I consider myself a Zionist” while 4.8% provided other responses.

Question: A Zionist is a person who believes in the development and protection of a Jewish nation in what is now Israel.

I do not consider myself a Zionist 70.3%  
I consider myself a Zionist 24.9%  
Other 4.8%

Survey developed by: IRmep
Survey fielded by: Google Surveys 6/15/2017
Representative Sample size: 1,030 Statistically significant
Google survey page (link)

Raw survey data from Google (Download) mirror (Download)

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