Geneva Initiative Poll Findings: Israelis Prefer Two-State Solution

A poll commissioned by the Geneva Initiative indicates that a majority of the Israeli public (56%) believe the continuation of the status quo is bad for Israel, whilst almost half (53%) believe that the Israeli government had made insufficient effort to reach a peace agreement.

The two state solution remained, by far, the most favored option.

“The public is more realistic than some of its leaders and understands that the lack of a political process with no genuine efforts to resolve the conflict prove detrimental to Israel,” GI’s Director-General, Gadi Baltiansky commented.

Read the article on the poll findings in the Jerusalem Post here.

Read our Two-State Index Special Edition analysis of the findings here.

See the full poll results here.


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