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Nearly eight-in-ten Republicans (79 per cent) sympathise more with Israel than the Palestinians, while just 6 per cent sympathise more with the Palestinians; another 7 per cent say they sympathise with both or neither, while 9 per cent say they do not know.
Currently, 27 per cent of Democrats say they sympathise more with Israel, while 25 per cent say they sympathise more with the Palestinians; another 23 per cent say they sympathise with neither or both sides and one-quarter (25 per cent) say they don't know.
I SYMPATHISE with Kyle in the first instance as sex in pregnancy cannot harm the baby in any way.
Summary: It's a problem many can sympathise with - men talking to a woman's chest instead of their face.
Only those with a heart of stone could not sympathise with cancer victim Natallie's predicament as time runs out for her.
We sympathise with Frank Dobson's plight in trying to balance the NHS budget.
He said: "In some situations you can sympathise with players - but what happened on Sunday you can't sympathise with.
SPURS head coach Mauricio Pochettino sympathises with under-pressure John Carver, even though his Newcastle counterpart knew exactly what he was letting himself in for.
Summary: Vince Cable has revealed he sympathises with the feelings of the protesters outside St Paul's Cathedral.
He has said that he sympathises with shamed MPs and has asked for an end to the "systematic humiliation" of mainstream politicians which he fears will play into the hands of the lunatic fringe like the BNP.
Skipper's sympathy DURHAM captain Dale Benkenstein has admitted he sympathises with England one day skipper Paul Collingwood, who has been given a four-match ban.
Washington, May 12(ANI): The United States has said that it sympathises with India for being a victim of terrorism, and reiterated its commitment to bringing the perpetrators of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks to justice.