(Worthy News) – A new study released this week, shows a sharp drop in support for Israel among Evangelicals aged 18 to 29 that could have “dramatic implications” on long-term US-Israel relations.
The study: “Change of the Guard: Young Evangelicals and [the] Israeli-Palestinian Dispute” shows that from 2018 to 2021, the rate of Evangelical young adults’ support for Israel dropped from 69% to 33.6% while support for the establishment of a Palestinian state rose from 35% to 44.7%.
The study was conducted by Dr. Motti Inbari and Dr. Kirill Bumin of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke and presented at a conference by the Center for the Study of the United States, in partnership with the Fulbright Program, at Tel Aviv University on Thursday. [ Source: CBN News (Read More…) ]
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