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Results of Palestinian Public Opinion Poll No. 56

22-24 March 2018


Background

The US President, Donald Trump, declared his recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and gave orders to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem. Following this recognition, the Palestinian Authority declared freezing all communication with the US Administration. The US Administration, however, declares every once in a while that it will launch the “deal of the century” which, as they think, will be the solution for the Palestinian question.  

A huge explosion targeted the Prime Minister’s (Dr. Rami Hamdallah) motorcade in the area of Beit Hanoun during his visit to the Gaza Strip to inaugurate some projects.

President Mahmoud Abbas called for establishing a multilateral international mechanism emanating from an international conference and based on the international decisions. Such conference would launch new and real negotiations that would lead to the two-state solution.

The Results

Following are the results of the Palestinian Public Opinion Poll no. 56 conducted by the Center for Opinion Polls and Survey Studies at An-Najah National University during the period from 22-24 March 2018The University sponsors all polls conducted by its Center.

This poll undertakes the new political realities, particularly Donald Trumps’ recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and moving the US embassy there. The poll also undertakes the explosion that targeted the Prime Minister’s (Dr. Rami Hamdallah) motorcade during his visit to the Gaza Strip, the possibilities of conducting presidential and legislative elections in addition to the political affiliations of Palestinian people.

The sample included 1361 persons whose age group is 18 and above and who have the right to vote. The enclosed questionnaire was distributed on 861 persons from the West Bank and 500 persons from the Gaza Strip. The sample was drawn randomly and the margin of error is about ±3%; still 2.3% of the members of the sample refused to answer the questionnaire.

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