(JTA) — A poll in Israel about President Donald Trump suggested his popularity among Jews there has declined since he first took office.
In the poll of 500 Jewish-Israeli adults conducted this week for The Jerusalem Post, 56% said they considered the Trump administration more pro-Israel than pro-Palestinian. In January, 79% of respondents in a similar poll had said this about Trump, who is scheduled to visit Israel on Monday as part of his first presidential trip abroad.
The latest poll, whose results were published Thursday, found that 4% consider the administration to be more pro-Palestinian, rising from 3% in the January survey.
Those who deemed the administration to be neutral doubled to 21%, compared to 10% in January. Nineteen percent of respondents did not know, up from 8%.
The poll, which was conducted by the Smith Research agency, had a margin of error of about 4.5%.
In recent weeks, supporters of Israel who back Trump have expressed frustration with several issues connected to the president’s visit, as well as a lack of clarity on whether he intended to follow through on statements he made during the campaign saying he would move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv.