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last updated Jan. 19, 2010
published Jan. 6, 2004
Poll No. 51, June 2004 - On Palestinian Attitudes Towards The Palestinian Political Issues and the Intifada
Read more:  peace process, factions, Palestinian politics, Palestinian politicians, resistance, armed resistance, reform, governance, public opinion
Summary: Significant Opinion results

* A considerable majority of Palestinians believes that Sharon’s plan to withdraw from parts of the Gaza Strip and some settlements is not serious and thinks the PA must refuse the plan and not deal with it.

* A majority of Palestinians blames the occupation, Israel and Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon for the deteriorated political situation and absence of hope. The United States came second in blame, while the PA came third.

* Most Palestinians’ evaluation of Prime Minister Ahmed Korei’s eight-month-old government is mediocre

* Most Palestinians believe that when Israel completes the construction of the separation wall in the West Bank, it will not affect the military operations inside Israel.

* A majority of Palestinians opposes to different degrees halting all military operation types inside Israel. The majority support continuing the Intifada and military operations as a suitable response during the current political situation.

* Around one third of Palestinians use the internet.
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