Saturday's announcement by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is more similar to what Moscow did last year than what Washington did.
In October, new Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he was "open" to moving his country's embassy to Jerusalem.
This poll was conducted on May 6-9, just before Monday’s US Embassy move and at the same time as Trump's announcement of the US withdrawal from the Iranian nuclear deal.
In a world where promises are thrown out with no intention of ever being kept, seeing promises implemented nowadays is a breath of fresh air.
“There is no doubt that Jerusalem is Israel’s capital." he said.
When asked earlier in March whether he would be traveling to Israel for the opening of the embassy, Trump said he was "looking at coming."
Even the show didn't know the answer.
Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely announced that the ministry’s key project over the next year or two is to bring all the foreign embassies to Jerusalem.
Netanyahu calls it a great Independence Day gift, while Erekat says relocation ‘provokes feelings of Palestinians.’