Opinion Polls -Palestinian Attitudes Towards Peace

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Do Palestinians want peace?

(With thanks to Brit Tzedek v’Shalom)

The polls generally indicate majorities for talks with Israel and for peace:

Joint Palestinian-Israeli Public Opinion Poll by The Truman Institute, September 26, 2006

More Palestinians Desire Peace with Israel, by Angus Reid Global MonitorSeptember 19, 2006,

Poll: Only 47 percent of Palestinians would vote for prisoners’ plan by HaaretzJune 20, 2006,

Poll: 77 percent of Palestinians support the prisoners’ document by Avi Issacharoff, June 7, 2006, Haaretz

Living Conditions, National Dialogue and the Referendum, Evaluation of Institutions by Birzeit University, June 2006

Poll: Most Palestinians want talks with Israel by Khalil Shakaki, April 26, 2006, Haaretz

VIEWS OF PEACE IN THE TERRITORIES OF THE PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY: Trends and Attitudes by The Palestinian Center for Public Opinion, April 10, 2006

Overwhelming Majority among Israelis and Palestinians for Negotiated rather than Unilateral further Disengagements by Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research and The Harry S. Truman Research Institute, March 24, 2006

A-Najah University Poll, March 2006, YnetNews Article

75% of Hamas Voters Oppose Destruction of Israel, January 31, 2006, Jerusalem Post

WILLING TO COMPROMISE: Palestinian Public Opinion and the Peace Process by United States Institute for Peace, January 2006

Two Thirds among Palestinians, Israeli Jews and Israeli Arabs Support the Mutual Recognition of Israel as the State of the Jewish People and Palestine as the State of the Palestinian People by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, September 2005

In the Post Arafat Era, Palestinians and Israelis Are More Willing to Compromise: For the First Time Majority Support for Clinton?s Permanent Status Settlement Package by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, January 18, 2005

Majority of Israelis and Palestinians Support Peace Plan by the International Crisis Institute and the Baker Institute, November 2003


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