79%(!!!) of Israeli Jews oppose terrorist release to continue talks
If you're wondering why there's suddenly talk about releasing Jonathan Pollard in exchange for the last 52 'Palestinian' terrorists, this poll might have something to do with it. In a New Wave poll, 79% of Israeli Jews oppose releasing terrorists
to keep the 'talks' with the 'Palestinians' going.
The survey of 500 Jewish Israeli Hebrew speaking adults was conducted by New
Wave for Yisrael Hayom 25 December 2013 and published on 27 December.
Statistical error +/- 4.4 percentage points.
The U.S. will soon present a roadmap for an agreement between Israel and the
Palestinians. Will the negotiations lead to a peace agreement?
No 85.8% Yes 9.1% Don't know 5.1%
In light of the terror incidents, do you support the release of prisoners
next week in order to continue the negotiations?
Oppose 79.0% Favor 14.7% Don't know 6.2%
Should Israel condition the release of prisoners on the release of Pollard?
Yes 52.4% No 35.5% Don't know 12.1%
In light of the recent terror incidents do you fear a third intifada?
Yes 54.0% No 40.8% Don't know 5.2%
Is the US eavesdropping on Israeli officials acceptable to you?
No 63.4% Yes 23.4% Don't know 13.2%
Who is most appropriate to be prime minister?
Netanyahu 35.1% Liberman 9.3% Livni 6.5% Bennett 6.2% Yichimovitz 5.5% Lapid
If you're wondering why Netanyahu still leads the Prime Minister's poll, the answer is that there is no one Right of him who is experienced and trusted by a large number of Israelis.
Labels: Binyamin Netanyahu, Israeli polls, Jonathan Pollard, Middle East peace process, Palestinian terrorists