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In a new poll by PCPSR sponsored by the Palestinian Peace Coalition and directed by leading Palestinian pollster Khalil Shikaki, 49% of Palestinians indicated their preference for the two-state soluti

...es a reconciliatory tone toward Israel; Benny Gantz launched his campaign and immediately shot up in the polls; UN and Qatar restored a fragile calm in Gaza; U.S. aid to the Palestinians is set to sto...

...es a reconciliatory tone toward Israel; Benny Gantz launched his campaign and immediately shot up in the polls; UN and Qatar restored a fragile calm in Gaza; U.S. aid to the Palestinians is set to sto...

... waiting nervously for the response. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the right were soaring in the polls to unprecedented new levels, yet the organizers of the event insisted on remaining loyal ...

... of less than 4 percent. East Jerusalem is considered a very difficult place to conduct surveys, and few polls of its Palestinian residents’ views have been published. ...

6. Working with Israeli Youth
(Events/Local Activities - 2017)
...ations, and have no idea what a peace process looks like. That is one of the reasons that public opinion polls always find that the younger they are the less they believe a peace agreement is achievab...

...tor of the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, presented findings from recent studies and polls he conducted on stands and opinions among Palestinians in the West-Bank and Gaza. The bot...

...eader.   Still, as recently as 2011, majorities of both Palestinians and Israelis were found by pollsters to support the terms of the proposed agreement, Israelis by a margin of 58%–39%...

... anecdote that could explain the gap between his group's findings and those of the Peace Index and other polls.   Blatianski explained, “We recently conducted a seminar for the heads of...

10. Advanced Political Course Meeting with Khalil Shikaki
(Events/Local Activities - 2016)
...pport peace among both societies, is higher than what the sides actually think. According to recent polls, both Palestinians and Israelis believe that only around 20% of people from the other si...

...d be tantamount to accepting occupation. But at a time when Abbas is delivering little to his people and polls indicate that most of them believe Israel will keep taking more of the West Bank, it coul...

... Are the Israeli and Palestinian publics ready for a partition plan like this? “All of the opinion polls of both Palestinians and Israelis show that they would support a package like the Geneva ...

13. New Knesset supports two-state solution
(News Room/Op Ed - 2015)
...ty, eight more from HaBayit HaYehudi and two or three out of the five members of Liberman’s party. Pollsters may have become the media’s punching bag after the last election, but they were...

...tist. “We want you as Bibi-Begin, not Bibi-Lapid,” he quipped. According to recent polls, Shas is predicted to win 6-7 seats in the upcoming election. ...

...e Netanyahu has panicked, but he’s got plenty of reasons to do so now. He has not taken off in the polls, even after his “historic” speech to the American Congress. (And neither, lo ...

... had enough from the Likud party and was not a member of the 19th Knesset, is setting up a new party and polls predict he will be as successful as Lapid was two years ago. Foreign Minister and Yisrael...

...raeli politics, is only the third-largest political party in the Knesset, and the fourth-largest in many polls. It hasn’t won an election in 15 years.   Two major recent surveys, in the...

...ship of his successor, Zahava Gal-On, Meretz doubled its Knesset representation and has done well in the polls. But her partial support for Operation Protective Edge and the return of the security dis...

... Israeli belief that US policy is more supportive of Israel or balanced under Obama compared to previous polls; in December 2009, only 13% of Israelis believed US policy was more supportive, 40% thoug...

20. Netanyahu's diplomatic vacuum
(News Room/Op Ed - 2013)
...hind it.   While the second intifada continued, Sharon experienced a drop in the public opinion polls, while at the same time his efforts to create a diplomatic agenda failed. The Geneva Init...

... Palestinians’ attitudes toward Israel and the peace process are diverse and complex.   Polls show that Palestinians worry that Israeli authorities can demolish their homes. Since 196...

22. The Door Has Been Built
(News Room/News 2013)
...next to MK Zahava Gal-On (Meretz).   Dr. Khalil Shikaki presented updated statistics of opinion polls within the West Bank and Gaza. A majority still supports the two-state solution. However ...

...ion that the majority of Israelis still believe in an agreement with the Palestinians?   “Polls we conduct, all the organizations — whether the Geneva Initiative, Peace Now or Ano...

24. GI-HLEP Annual Report 2012
(Events/Annual Report)
...ging together partners in peace and pushing the urgency for a solution to the conflict. Public opinion polls published at the end of 2012 showed that two-thirds of the Israeli public supports the Ge...

...tterly sincere. What the Palestinians want is a state of their own, alongside Israel. And public opinion polls conducted in Israel as recently as last month  have repeatedly confirmed that betwee...

 Polls indicate that 67% of the public support an agreement based on the principles of the Geneva Initiative, including a majority of 58% of Likud and Shas voters - two target groups for which th

27. The Missing Pillars of Defense
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
... secure borders. President Abbas has been doing exactly that for a number of years. According to opinion polls conducted among Palestinians, most support an agreement on the basis of two-states and wi...

By Akiva Eldar, Haaretz  16.10.2012 via Haaretz (click here for the original article)    The demographic issue that all have been warning about has finally occured - Official

29. Myths & Facts about the Peace Process
(Position Papers/GI Position Papers)
...s and Prime Minister Fayyad have been doing exactly that for a number of years. According to opinion polls conducted among Palestinians, most support an agreement on the basis of two-states an...

The poll was commissioned by the Palestinian Peace Coalition - Geneva Initiative and conducted by Alpha International for Research, Polling and Informatics with the support of the European Union. Majo

... Shaul Mofaz, upon being elected to lead Kadima, quickly learned that he was evaporating in the opinion polls and that early elections could usher in the demise of his party. He hooked up with Netany...

32. Amos Oz: Two-States is the only Solution
(News Room/Op Ed - 2012)
...vorce: a two-state solution, ’67 borders with modifications, two capital cities in Jerusalem. The polls bounce around on this point, but if the leaders of both sides presented a done deal to th...

33. Palestinian Public Opinion Poll March 2012
(Polls/Palestinian Polls)
The survey was conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip between 15-17 March 2012.  The poll covers attitudes regarding the peac

The poll was conducted jointly by the Harry S. Truman Research Institute for Advancement of Peace at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research in Ram

This survey was conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in the West Bank and Gaza Strip between 15-17 December 2011, and with support from Konrad Adenauer Stiftung in

...   Around half of Israelis, Palestinians, and some other key Arab publics, according to opinion polls taken in the past decade, support something like the Arab Peace Initiative of 2002. Its b...

...ng the truth about a future of two states, Israel and Palestine, living in peace, and if he believes the polls which consistently show that a majority of the Israeli public does as well, then this is ...

... Netanyahu’s position, viewed the trip as a victory and gave Obama mixed reviews at best. But snap polls in the immediate wake of events can be misleading.   Were the Israeli people sho...

39. The real issue is political leadership
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...) Around half of Israelis, Palestinians, and some other key Arab publics, according to various opinion polls taken in the past decade, support something like the Arab Peace Initiative of 2002, whose...

40. What would Netanyahu do for peace?
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...as, Israeli and Palestinian leaders could cross historic thresholds meaningful to both sides.   Polls show that the majority of Israelis and Palestinians want a two-state solution but remain ...

... will demand a price for his veto.   Domestically, Netanyahu has taken a dive in public opinion polls and is unable to reach the popularity he enjoyed at the start of his tenure. His big riva...

...ty, and a border based on the 1967 Green Line with agreed 1:1 swaps.   According to the latest polls, moreover, a package deal of this type is supported by solid majorities of the public in ...

43. B.E., Before Egypt. A.E., After Egypt
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
... stake in maintaining the close relationship that Mubarak had,” said Khalil Shikaki, a Palestinian pollster. With the big political changes in the region, “if Israel remains paranoid and m...

... is in our interest as Israelis. While we are a nation which abounds with ideas and ideologies, luckily, polls show that it is still safe to say that the existence of Israel as a Jewish and democratic...

...ish and democratic state within recognised boundaries alongside a demilitarised Palestinian state. True, polls consistently demonstrate that Israelis overwhelmingly support the two-state solution. But...

46. You Will Miss the Geneva Initiative
(News Room/Op Ed - 2011)
...via Maariv (translated by Geneva Initiative staff, click here for Hebrew original) According to the polls, most Israelis and Palestinians will vote in favor of such a solution. Those now looking ...

This poll was conducted jointly by the Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research i

New polls made public at the International Peace Institute in New York by the pollster Craig Charney, President of Charney Research and IPI Senior Adviser, reveal surprising optimism among Palestinian

49. Obama Still Wants Peace
(News Room/Op Ed - 2010)
...Wednesday, American Jews think otherwise.   An exit poll among 1,600 Jewish voters published by pollster Jim Gerstein showed that 66% of American Jews voted for Democratic candidates for Cong...

The poll was jointly conducted by the Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research in

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