According to Haaretz survey, 52 percent back continued air assault while 19 percent support ground operation.
Experience teaches that the poll numbers could change very quickly with any complication in the fighting.
Poll finds the public does not trust the police's motives in opening probe against Lieberman now.
If Hamas is beaten and Israel receives some peace, Labor and Barak may gain force at the expense of Kadima.
Poll finds party would receive 30 seats in the Knesset compared to 36 in a previous survey by the same pollster.
Poll also finds the Likud losing 6 seats to other far-right parties if elections were held today.
Moshe Feiglin's ousting from a Knesset seat backfired, causing rightist voters to abandon Likud.
Likud chairman sent messages aimed at reassuring int'l community that he would continue peace talks.