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December 2010 Public Opinion Poll

The majority of Israelis (65%) support negotiations for a permanent status agreement and (65%) believe that the current lack of negotiations is bad for Israel. A majority (54%) supports a package-deal along the parameters of the Geneva Accord.

31 December 2010

October 2010: Peace Index

Prof. Ephraim Yaar and Prof. Tamar Hermann: A clear majority (64%) of the Jewish public thinks now is the right time to return to negotiations with the Palestinian Authority under U.S. patronage. A larger majority (72%) favors such negotiations, but only 33% think they are likely to bear fruit.

30 November 2010

August 2010: Peace Index

Prof. Ephraim Yaar and Prof. Tamar Hermann; the Israeli peace index: 71% of Israelis think Israel should take Washington’s positions into account; 51% think FM Lieberman is damaging Israel’s status in the international community.

19 August 2010

July 2010: Peace Index

The index finds that 71.5% of the Israeli Jewish public supports holding talks with the Palestinians, with a clear majority of 62% supporting direct talks.

07 July 2010

May 2010 Poll: 64% of Israelis and 61% of Likud voters believe it is urgent for Israel that the talks with the Palestinians resume

The War and Peace Index is written by Prof. Tamar Hermann and Prof. Ephraim Yaar, and funded by the Evans Program for Conflict Resolution Research of Tel Aviv University and The Israel Democracy Institute. The poll was conducted on 3-4 May 2010, and sampled 518 interviewees. Maximum margin of error is 4.5%.

03 May 2010

March 2010, GI poll: 56% of Israelis support increased American involvement in the Israeli-Palestinian process

The poll was commissioned by the Geneva Initiative and was conducted by the Gal Hahadash Research Institute on a representative sample of 600 Israelis (including Arab citizens and Russian-speaking immigrants). Margin of Error: 4.0%

11 March 2010

March 2010: War and Peace Index

The index finds that 44% of Yisrael Beiteinu voters would support evacuating all settlements in return for a full peace agreement with the Palestinians and ending the conflict with the Arab world –War and Peace Index

01 March 2010

War and Peace Index, October 2009 Poll: c. 75% of Israelis support negotiations with the Palestinians

The poll, conducted by the Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research at Tel Aviv University, finds that three-fourths of the Israeli Jewish public currently supports holding negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians—the highest level of support registered in recent years on the War and Peace Index.

18 November 2009

BICOM briefing: 15 years after peace with Jordan Israelis support Palestinian state

According to the British Israel Communications’ briefing, which refers also to the opinion poll commissioned by the Geneva Initiative in October, Israelis remain supportive of a peaceful two-state solution with the Palestinians. A consistent majority of Jewish Israelis have supported the establishment of a Palestinian state since the late 1990s. However, whilst Israelis are ready to accept a Palestinian state, they are skeptical about the intentions of the Palestinians and the possibility of reaching a deal.

23 October 2009
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