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Poll: Most Israelis are Against a Settlement Construction Freeze and Terrorist Release

A Mina Tzemach poll results publicized yesterday, indicate that most Israelis don't have much hope for the current Peace negotiations.
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The following is the results from a Mina Tzemach poll on the peace process, broadcasted on the Knesset channel on Thursday:

Is the Israeli government interested in progressing with negotiations? 58% Yes 42% No

Is the Palestinian Authority interested in progressing with negotiations? 29% Yes 71% No

What is the likelyhood that the negotiation will bring about an arrangement? 7% High 29% Average 27% Somewhat Low 12% Low 25 Very Low

Do you support the release of 80 prisoners as a gesture? 77% Against 23% Support

Do you support freezing settlement construction? 55% Against 45% Support

Did the EU boycott help jump start the negotiations? 53% No effect 47% Had an effect

Will the EU boycott hurt Israel’s economy?
21% Will definitely hurt
46% It might hurt
28% It might not hurt
5% It will definitely not hurt

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One Response to “Poll: Most Israelis are Against a Settlement Construction Freeze and Terrorist Release”

  1. Israel has not to negotiate with no one, the negotiation should be the PA, Jordan, the UK and sponsored by the US, Jordan and the UK made this mess in 1948, they have to take the responsability.

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