Breaking the perceptual circle


A survey published several days ago shows that 59 percent of Israelis and 51 percent of Palestinians support the two states for two people solution. In addition, about one-quarter to one-third of those who oppose this solution (in other words, about 10 to 15 percent of the entire public) would move over to the supporters' side given external moves supporting the agreement, and first and foremost if the agreement were achieved as part of a regional agreement. In other words, close to 70 percent in both publics would support a permanent agreement of two states for two people given achievable conditions.


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