I think it’s fair to say that most mainstream Democrats and Republicans favor a two-state solution to the Israel/Palestine issue. There are some who have a position to the right of this, namely that there shouldn’t be a Palestinian state at all, and Israel should expand its territory into Gaza and the West Bank while maintaining its identity as a Jewish state, with some like Rick Santorum even advocating that Israel should expand to include the land that is now Jordan. Others like Peter Beinart have a position to the left of this, namely that there should be a single state in which all Israelis and all Palestinians have citizenship and that this state should be a secular democracy rather than a Jewish state.
I’m interested in how mainstream the second position is in American politics. So my question is, how many Congressional Democrats have advocated for a one state solution?
I think this is a good proxy for what I’m interested in, since I’m quite sure that any Democratic supporters of a one-state solution would support the “left-wing” one state solution rather than the “right-wing” one state solution.