Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Pros and Cons
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The following poll was conducted jointly by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) and the Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem:

Percent of Palestinian Support
Sample: 1319 Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip
between Dec. 30-31, 2004, with a 3% margin of error
Issue
Dec. 2003 Dec. 2004

Borders & Territorial Exchange
("Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank and the Gaza Strip with the exception of some settlement areas in less than 3% of the West Bank that would be swapped with an equal amount of territory from Israel")

57% 63%

Refugees
("A refugee settlement in which both sides agree that the solution will be based on UN resolutions 194 and 242")

25% 46%

 

Percent of Israeli Support
Sample: 501 Israelis between Jan. 9-10, 2005, with a 4.5% margin of error
Issue
Dec. 2003 Jan. 2005

Borders & Territorial Exchange
("A Palestinian state in the entirety of Judea Samaria and the Gaza Strip except for several large blocks of settlements in 3% of the West Bank which will be annexed to Israel. The Palestinians will receive in return territory of similar size along the Gaza Strip")

47% 55%

Refugees
("A refugee settlement in which both sides agree that the solution will be based on UN resolutions 194 and 242.")

35% 44%
Jan. 18, 2005 PSR

 

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