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Results of an Opinion Poll. 21 February, 2013

 

Publication Date:  21February 2013
Fieldwork: 10-12 February 2013
Sample Size: 1200 Palestinians
Margin of error: ±3%
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Highlights:
·         95 percent of Gazans support the immediate holding of legislative and presidential elections. 82 percent of West Bank respondents agree.
·         50 percent say that they have heard popular protest activities such as the erection of the Bab Al Shams camp.
·         69 percent believe that this kind of protest will have real impact on ending the occupation.
·         In contrast, 65 percent of respondents oppose a new Intifada.
·         The belief that the UN Vote advanced the Palestinian cause declined from 68 percent to 44 percent.
·         53 percent believe that the latest confrontations and resulting cease-fire in Gaza will not lead to real change in the affairs of Palestinians.
·         44 percent now prefer the Fatah approach to that of Hamas (28 percent).
·         68 percent of respondents support a return to negotiations at this time if Israel were to stop settlement building in the West Bank.
·         Support for Fatah is back to its July 2012 level (42 percent), increasing from 37 percent in December 2012.
·         Since December, support for Hamas has declined by 4 points to 18 percent.
·         The approval rate for President Abbas stands at 58 percent compared to 45 percent for Haniyeh ad 39 percent for Fayyad.
·         In a two-way presidential race, Abbas could receive 64 percent compared to 36 percent for Meshaal or Haniyeh.
·         For the position of a prime minister in a national unity government, 28 percent prefer Haniyeh while 23 percent prefer Fayyad.
·         Fayyad is more popular in Gaza than in the West Bank, so is Fatah.
 
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