Poll: Israel viewed favorably by 68% of those in US

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February 12, 2011 06:04

 
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Israel was viewed favorably by 68 percent of Americans, while the Palestinian Authority only had a 19 percent favorability rating, according to Gallup's annual World Affairs poll, released Friday.

Iran and North Korea have been the two lowest-rated countries in the poll every year since 2004. This year they tied at the bottom with only 11 percent favorability ratings, according to the poll.

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