Poll: Should The US Be More Or Less Involved In The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?

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US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) hosts Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R), President of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas (2nd R) and George Mitchell, US Special Envoy for Middle East Peace (2nd L) in the Monroe Room
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) hosts Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R), President of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas (2nd R) and George Mitchell, U.S. Special Envoy for Middle East Peace (2nd L) in the Monroe Room of the State Department, moments before direct talks aimed at peace in the Middle East, in Washington, D.C., Sept. 2, 2010.

As Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prepares to meet this week with U.S. President Barack Obama, the folks at Pew Research re-released a poll taken last year, which found that a majority of Americans think the U.S. should be less involved in the dispute between the two sides than it was at the time of the poll.

According to the poll, which was taken in November, 39 percent of Americans said the U.S. should be less involved in the dispute, while only 21 percent suggested the U.S. should be more involved.

Thirty-six percent of those polled said the U.S. was involved just enough in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, while 4 percent said they didn't know.

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