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Palestine Center for Public Opinion Poll: More than Half of Palestinians Expect to Realize Peace in the Next Year

The most recent poll of the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion, prepared by its founder and director-general, Dr. Nabil Kukali, revealed that more than half of Palestinians expect the realization of a peace agreement between Palestinians and Israelis in the next year.

02 November 2010

Survey: Palestinians Believe Peace Talks Are Best Strategy

September poll shows Palestinians Believe Peace Talks Are Best Strategy

23 September 2010

August poll: 55% of Palestinians support two-state solution; 63% support negotiations with Israel

55% of Palestinians support two-state solution; 63% support negotiations with Israel

30 August 2010

July 12, 2010: Palestinian Center for Public Opinion poll

More than half of Palestinians expect the realization of a peace agreement between Palestinians and Israelis next year.

12 July 2010

June 15, 2010: A new Palestinian public opinion poll

Palestinian poll conducted in the West Bank and Gaza between 10-13 June 2010 finds that in the aftermath of the Free Gaza flotilla incident, Turkey is the most popular regional country, but Hamas's popularity remains unchanged while Salam Fayyad and his government gain greater public support.

15 June 2010
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