Israeli, Palestinian support for two-state solution declines - poll

Both Israeli and Palestinian publics still prefer two states to any other democratic framework for resolving the conflict.

29 July 2023

By Dr. Khalil Shikaki, Dr. Nimrod Rosler, Dr. Alon Yakter, Dr. Dahlia Scheindlin | The Jerusalem Post


These are the results of Palestinian-Israeli Pulse: A Joint Poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in Ramallah and the International Program in Conflict Resolution and Mediation at Tel Aviv University, with funding from the Netherlands Representative Office in Ramallah and the Representative Office of Japan to Palestine through UNDP/PAPP. The joint poll was conducted in December 2022.


Support for the two-state solution dropped significantly among Palestinians and Israeli Jews, from 43% in September 2020 to 33% among the Palestinians, and 34% among Israeli Jews. Two-thirds of Palestinians and 53% of Israeli Jews are opposed. Among Israeli Arabs, support remains stable at 60% and opposition at 21%, though this is significantly lower than their support historically, prior to 2020.



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