When asked about the dispute between Israel and the Palestinians, 46 per cent of Americans say they sympathise
more with the Israelis, 16 per cent say they sympathise
more with the Palestinians and about four-in-ten (38 per cent) either volunteer that their sympathies are with both (5 per cent), neither (14 per cent) or that they do not know (19 per cent).
Of course, we must sympathise
with any council official selling an ill-thought-out solution, rather than offering a serious attempt to control the behaviour of sales firms which adopt aggressive sales and marketing techniques, and perhaps is eager to gain brownie points for the introduction of such a scheme.
I also sympathise
with Mr Wright that the landlords of many nearby rented properties fail to keep the gardens in reasonable order.
strongly with the residents of Syca-more Grange and write to say that they are not alone in their misery.
with Toshack's plight because he acknowledges that any manager not getting results will be under pressure which is why he would love to see Wales beat Northern Ireland and Azerbaijan.
THE BOTTOM LINE: Having seen Lord Brocket get to grips with the fundamentals of Alex's personality,I can sympathise
WE must clearly sympathise
with those members of the Labour Party who are prepared to put self interest first and foremost, rather than put the interest of the Labour Party and the country first, particularly the NuLab cadre.
with the Liberals, their fortunes having gone downhill since Paddy Backdown led the gaggle, and their fortunes have not improved since the flip-flopping rabble entered Parliament after the 2010 General Election.
And I regret it because I sympathise
with the people who are animal activists.
Forgive them, yes, provided they repay their ill-gotten gains, but sympathise
? No way.
Blair said: "I sympathise
fully with those who'll lose their jobs."
with any parents who are unhappy with the new school meal arrangements, designed to improve children's diet.
He said: "I know smoking isn't good for you, but I do sympathise
with people who are addicted.
with David Sutcliffe's problems of delayed and cancelled trains from North Wales to and from London (Daily Post Letters, April 2).
Bill Evans has written to civic leaders to say: We know what it's like and we sympathise