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Palestinian Public Opinion Poll, May 2009

This survey was conducted by Alpha International, commissioned by the Palestinian Peace coalition. The data was collected February 2009 by phone, and weight using the data of the population. A representative sample was taken of hte Palestinian community of 1519 families who are residing in Palestine (37.6% of them in Gaza and 62.4% of them in the West Bank). 

01 May 2009

February 2009 Palestinian Public Opinion Poll: 73.6% of Palestinians support peace negotiations with Israel

Despite the high support for negotiations, most Palestinians were found to be pessimistic about the future. The poll also found majority support for the current ceasefire between Hamas and Israel.

10 February 2009

June 2008 poll: Vast majority of Palestinians favor two-state solution over one-state solution

The Palestinian public opinion poll indicates most Palestinians support the roadmap, the Saudi Initiative, and mutual recognition of Israel and the state for the Jewish people and Palestine as the state for the Palestinian people.

10 June 2008

June 2008 poll: Palestinian confidence in President Abbas' ability to reach a peace deal with Israel rises

Palestinian public opinion poll finds that support for Hamas is on the decline while support for Abbas is on the rise.

08 June 2008

May 2008 Palestinian Poll: Majority of Palestinians support negotiations with Israel, over two thirds support the established of a Palestinian state w

An-Najah University poll also found vast majority of Palestinian public supports a gradual ceasefire with Israel.

20 May 2008

April 2008 Palestinian public opinion poll finds majority of Palestinians support continued negotiations for peace, but support is on the decline due

Poll also finds a large majority of the Palestinian public favors halting negotiations if construction in settlements continues.

21 April 2008

March 2008 Palestinian public opinion poll finds increased support for Hamas due to lack of progress in negotiations

Lack of political progress, along with hightened violence in the Gaza Strip in early March, prompt a significant increase in Hamas’s popularity among Palestinians.

17 March 2008

January 2008 AWRAD poll: Results of Gaza polling company's poll pertaining to negotiations and a final status agreement

Poll finds half of all Palestinians support a two state solution; less than 4% support attacks against Israeli civilians as the best means to end occupation.

27 January 2008

December 2007 PPC-GI poll: Majority of Palestinians support the timetable for peace reached at Annapolis, believe the process will lead to the estab

Poll also finds the majority of Palestinians support President Mahmoud Abbas' efforts to end the occupation, and do not think that Hamas has a feasible alternative to end the Israeli occupation.

08 December 2007
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