Is there anything more 2024 than a video of Joe Biden tucking into an ice cream while discussing a ceasefire in the Middle East? After telling reporters that he hoped a deal would be in place by Monday, a new poll has found that a growing majority of Americans would also be in favour.

New research from Data for Progress found that 67% of voters support a permanent ceasefire and a de-escalation of violence in Gaza. Interestingly, both a majority of Democrats (77%) and Republicans (56%) support a deal, marking a big shift in public opinion since the 7th October. Just don’t call it an isolationist streak: a majority of voters still wanted to provide US military aid to both Israel and Ukraine.