President Obama's tough stance on Israeli settlements doesn't seem to be winning him many friends among Jewish Israelis, even while sizable margins disagree with the settlements themselves. Just 4 percent of Jewish Israelis think Obama is "pro-Israel," according to a new poll by the Jerusalem Post. Some 51 percent of respondents said Obama's administration was more pro-Palestinian than pro-Israel while 35 percent said it was neutral. In a May 17 poll by the same paper, 31 percent of Israelis considered Obama pro-Israel, a precipitous decline. While a dispute over the Obama administration's call for a freeze on Israeli settlements in the West Bank has accounted for much of the drop in popularity, only half of Jewish Israelis say they're opposed to freezing settlements for a year as part of a deal brokered by the United States, versus 41 percent who say they support the idea and 9 percent who expressed no opinion.