Poll: Most Palestinians see two-state solution as precursor to single state
One in 4 Palestinians doesn’t believe in Israel’s right to exist.
Almost two-thirds of Palestinians (59 percent in the West Bank and 63 percent in Gaza) support the two-state solution (Israel and Palestine) but eventually hope that one state − Palestine − will prevail, according to a survey by pollster Stanley Greenberg for The Israel Project.
Only 23 percent said they believed in Israel’s right to exist as the national homeland of the Jews. However, 50 percent supported recognizing Israel as a Jewish state in order to reach the two-state solution.
Like previous surveys, the poll shows that the popularity of PA President Mahmoud Abbas is on the rise compared with his Hamas counterparts.