Overall, 84% of respondents said they side with Israel over Hamas. This figure drops to 52% among 18-24 yr olds
This trend of generational differences was almost universally consistent across all the questions asked about the conflict.
Younger people were less likely to label Hamas as “terrorists,” more likely to side with Hamas over Israel (48%), less likely to say Israel has a responsibility to protect its citizens by retaliating against Hamas, less likely to say Israel has a responsibility to bring back abducted citizens, more likely to moral believe there is moral equivalency between Israel and Hamas, and less likely to say Israel is justified in eliminating the Hamas government.
So, even though boomers heavily support Israel, young people are split 50/50 on whether they support Israel or Hamas more. Pretty shocking that on average young people support the terrorist group Hamas just as much as they support Israel.