Most settlers will leave pretty quick of their own accord once economic benefits conferred by state subsidies cease. Those who remain will do so as Jewish citizens of the State of Palestine. But agree with your comment that 'Jews see no need to make peace with them anymore'. However, I doubt very much this will hold true for much longer. Once Israel experiences a bit more international isolation and just a bit of economic pain via BDS, it will come around to seeing an advantage to resolving the I/P conflict. Its only a matter of time. BTW, how many Israeli Jews are leaving Israel for EU or USA or trying to get that precious non-Israeli passport?
Firebomb thrown during demonstration in northern Israeli town of Umm al Fahm (Haaretz)
from the article: It's the settlers - not the ultra-Orthodox - that threaten Israel most