On ‘Fox & Friends Weekend’, in the context of discussing a (Quinnipiac) poll about the degree of support "of the way Israel is responding to the Hamas terrorist attack" in the 18-34 age bracket (in the US), social media influencer Emily Austin says "most kids don't even know that Hamas is a terrorist organization", but rather they think it's a "governing body of Palestine". The claim is not literally narrowed to US kids, but I suspect that given where the context, it's probably in large part meant like that.
Is this true?
As for the exact demographics implied, the presenter acks what she says with "the education that kids are getting, K through [to?] twelve", which almost certainly refers to K-12. But he adds "or end of the university" too. His point is that said education is "captured".