Time reported on Nov 10:
Poll results were also hawkish when it came to the use of force in Gaza: 57.5% of Israeli Jews said that they believed the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) were using too little firepower in Gaza, 36.6% said the IDF was using an appropriate amount of firepower, while just 1.8% said they believed the IDF was using too much fire power, while 4.2% said they weren’t sure whether it was using too much or too little firepower.
Has the opinion of Israeli Jews change since then on that matter in some way?
In other words, have there been any other polls on that question in the subsequent 3 weeks (or so)?
I realize that one of those weeks has basically been a ceasefire.
As some comments complained about this Q not mentioning other Israelis (which the Time piece doesn't), digging through those polls they cited, this is the tabulation of the original results:
Israeli Arabs (the only other group polled there) were rather on the opposite side here, with 50.5% saying the IDF used too much firepower, 11.7% saying the IDF used too little, and 18.4% saying the IDF made "appropriate use".