Poll: Palestinians Reject U.S. Peace Plan

(JMCC-PA) 65% of Palestinians said they believe the Palestinian leadership should reject the U.S. peace plan, while 6% said they should accept it and 21% said they preferred that the Palestinian leadership negotiates over it, according to a poll of 1,200 adults by the Jerusalem Media and Communication Center conducted on March 19-23, 2019, and released on Monday. 59% supported the continued boycott of the U.S. administration by the Palestinian leadership. 78% said they would not accept any future peace agreement that included land swaps between Israel and the State of Palestine. 84% said they would not accept any agreement that includes continued Israeli security control over parts of the Palestinian state. 72% said they would not accept a customs union with Israel. 61% said they opposed the continuation of security coordination between the PA and Israel. 28% said they trusted Fatah most, followed by Hamas at 10%; 41% said they did not trust any political or religious faction.

2019-04-10 00:00:00

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