i'm a bit concerned that it asked people about how concerned they would be about losing access to a number of israeli services (questions 10 and 13), right before asking them which nationality they would choose and believed most people in their neighborhood would choose (quesitons 14 and 17). defenders of the study would likely say that it is just forcing members of the study to come to grips with the pros and cons before giving an answer, but it still means that we don't have a candid answer, off the top of the head, for which nationality they would want. in any case, this study does show, at the least, that there is a significant number of east jerusalemites that don't consider palestinian citizenship as a non-negotiable issue, whatever their candid views on the subject may be.
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from the article: Would East Jerusalem Arabs rather be citizens of Israel or Palestine?