Israeli Opinion Poll (July 2013) - The Peace Index

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Do you believe that a peace agreement between Arabs and Israel would lead to lasting peace?

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Israeli Opinion Poll (July 2013) - The Peace Index

Post by Zoya on Fri Oct 18, 2013 12:11 am

The Peace Index is a project of the Evens Program for Mediation and Conflict Resolution at Tel Aviv University and the Israel Democracy Institute. This month’s survey was conducted by telephone on July 28–30, 2013, by the Midgam Research Institute.
 
1. What is your position on holding peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority?
General Public (Jews) [Arabs]
1. Strongly in favor 35.8 (29.5) [71.6]
2. Somewhat in favor 29.9 (31.8) [19.3]
3. Somewhat opposed 9.2 (10.4) [2.6]
4. Strongly opposed 19.9 (22.7) [3.6]
5. Don’t know / No answer 5.2 (5.6) [2.9]

2. Do you believe or not believe that negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority will lead to peace between Israel and the Palestinians in the coming years?
General Public (Jews) [Arabs]
1. Strongly believe 6.6 (4.5) [18.4]
2. Somewhat believe 23.7 (21.2) [38.3]
3. Somewhat don’t believe 23.0 (22.9) [23.7]
4. Don’t believe at all 42.6 (47.5) [14.9]
5. Don’t know / No answer 4.0 (3.9) [4.7]

3. If a peace agreement is reached with the Palestinians that includes an Israeli withdrawal from Judea and Samaria and an evacuation of settlements, in your opinion, would there or would there not be a need for a national referendum to approve the agreement, or should the decision be left in the hands of the government and the Knesset?
General Public (Jews) [Arabs]
1. There is a need for a referendum 63.5 (62.0) [71.9]
2. There is no need for a referendum. The decision should be left in the
hands of the government and the Knesset 31.9 (33.9) [20.0]
3. Don’t know / No answer 4.7 (4.1) [8.1]

4. If a referendum is held, do you think that all Israeli citizens without distinction, both Jews and Arabs, should have the right to vote in the referendum? Or should this right be limited to Jewish citizens only?
General Public (Jews [Arabs]
1. All citizens, Jews and Arabs, should have the right to vote in the
referendum 52.1 (45.8) [87.8]
2. Only Jewish citizens should have the right to vote in the referendum
41.9 (48.6) [3.9]
3. Don’t know / No answer 6.0 (5.6) [8.3]

5. If a referendum were to be held today among all Israeli citizens, Jews and Arabs, in your assessment would there or would there not be majority support of a peace agreement with the Palestinians that would include an Israeli withdrawal from Judea and Samaria and an evacuation of settlements?
General Public (Jews) [Arabs]
1. There would be majority support of the agreement 33.7 (29.4)
[58.2]
2. There would not be majority support of the agreement 54.3 (58.0)
[33.0]
3. Don’t know / No answer 12.0 (12.5) [8.8]

6. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry recently achieved a breakthrough and convinced the Israelis and the Palestinians to begin a negotiation process in Washington under US sponsorship. What, in your opinion, are the chances that the renewed negotiations will lead to a peace agreement between the two sides?
General Public (Jews) [Arabs]
1. Very high chances 4.7 (2.7) [16.3]
2. Moderately high chances 17.6 (15.4) [30.3]
3. Moderately low chances 37.2 (39.4) [24.3]
4. Very low chances 36.2 (39.7) [16.3]
5. Don’t know / No answer 4.3 (2.8) [12.8]


Full Peace Index: here


Source: BICOM, the Britain Israel Communications & Research Centre  
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