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October 2009, Poll commissioned by GI: 56% of Israelis support an endgame agreement along Geneva Accord principles

The poll also finds wide support for the notion that should PM Netanyahu take major political steps with the Palestinians, his support among the Israeli public would increase. The vast majority of Israelis support increasing American involvement in the process between Israel and the Palestinians. A decrease in the opposition and an increase in support have been found with respect to increasing European involvement.

01 October 2009

June 2009, Yediot Ahronot Poll: most Israelis support the establishment of a Palestinian state

Israel’s leading daily, Yediot Aharonot, published a poll (June 5th, 2009) which finds that the majority of Israelis support the establishment of a Palestinian state and the US demand to freeze construction in settlements.

08 June 2009

March 2009, Market Watch Poll: Majority in Israel Support Two-State Solution

The poll, conducted in March, After the Israeli Elections shows that a solid majority among Israeli Jewish citizens support a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

11 March 2009

November 2008 Peace Index: Solid majority of Jewish public supports the establishment of an independent Palestinian state

58% of Israeli public found to support the establishment of a Palestinian state, 61% regard the Palestinians’ claim to an independent state of their own as justified.

08 December 2008

Increase in support for Intl involvement

Poll, held in late July, shows a dramatic rise in the Israeli public's support for international involvement in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with 73% supporting increased U.S. involvement and 58% supporting increased European involvement. The poll also shows 75% of Israelis believe the current situation with no political progress is bad for Israel, half support the principles of the Geneva Accord, and one third still believe Olmert has the legitimacy to advance the political process.

13 August 2008

July Israeli Poll: Most Israelis favor Obama as next U.S. president, half want to see physical separation between 2 sides of Jerusalem

A public opinion poll published by Israel Radio on July 24th, 2008, shows a majority of Israelis believe Barack Obama would be best for Israel and support him over John McCain. Additionally, the poll shows the majority of Labor and Kadima supporters want to see the two sides of Jerusalem separated and half of Likud voters favor this as well.

24 July 2008

November 2007 Peace Index: Substantial majority of Jewish public believes an independent Palestinian state must be established

Poll finds majority of Israelis believe both Israelis and Palestinians want peace, Israel can afford agreeing to an independent Palestinian state.

30 November 2007

October 2007: Poll by MarketWatch Research Institute finds great majority of Israelis support conducting permanent status negotiations with the Pale

The poll, commissioned by GI, also finds majority of Israelis support package deal along the lines of the Geneva Accord and favor arriving at a detailed document of understandings at the Annapolis summit.

30 October 2007

July 2007: New poll by New Wave Research finds Israeli public wants increase in international involvement

New poll finds that the Israeli public supports international involvement in the peace process, permanent status negotiations with President Abbas and dialogue with Hamas

12 July 2007
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