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Attitudes Towards Israel & The Middle East Conflict by Oppositional Jurors

Attitudes Towards Israel & The Middle East Conflict by Oppositional Jurors

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These are some summary observations based upon a review of questionnaire responses of a random sampling of about 220 voter-eligible jurors in the Federal U.S. District Court – Southern District of NY venue (Manhattan, Bronx and Westchester). These observations consider responses by jurors who either present extremely negative or non-supportive views about Israel (we are not looking at people who either partially or fully support Israel.)  The survey asked a number of questions about people’s views of the conflict and whether those views would impact on their impartiality. From these answers we attempt to summarize general attitudes and, if possible, underlying values and beliefs. This survey is limited by locale and at this point I would not know whether it extends to the broader population.  At a minimum, this should reflect attitudes and beliefs among a random sampling of Americans in major population centers.

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