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Israels Response to PA

Even at the Cost of Normalization with Saudi Arabia: 64% of Israelis Oppose a Palestinian State

JCPA
4.6.24

A recent survey by the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs reveals that 64% of Israelis oppose the establishment of a Palestinian state, even if it means forfeiting normalization with Saudi Arabia. This sentiment has intensified following the Hamas attacks on October 7, reflecting a significant shift in public opinion.

A recent survey by the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs shows that 64% of Israelis oppose the creation of a Palestinian state, even if it results in losing normalization with Saudi Arabia. This stance has intensified post the Hamas attacks on October 7, revealing widespread skepticism about Palestinian leadership and deep-seated security concerns.


The survey indicates significant opposition across various demographics, particularly among right-wing and younger Israelis. These findings reflect the complex and evolving public opinion in Israel regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and potential peace agreements involving Palestinian statehood.

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