What a circle-jerk.
Love the way the poll compared statements that are unrelated as if they're a binary choice. To paraphrase: On the one hand, this is an alarming interference of Israel into American politics and America into Israeli politics. On the other hand, Iran is still fuckin' scary, right guys?
Also, there's no attempt to sound objective here:
Several Democratic lawmakers have pledged to boycott the Netanyahu speech, but the poll suggests that this might have a political cost. More than a third of respondents said they would be less likely to vote to re-elect their congressman if he or she boycotted the speech, while 27 percent said it would make them more likely to support re-election.
So that "political cost" is within the margin of statistical error in a highly partisan poll? I think these Democrats ought to go ahead and take that "risk".
The system works.
Just don't ask 'for whom?'