“(61.2%) of the Palestinians oppose the deployment of UN-multi-national forces in the Gaza Strip.
The latest poll prepared by Dr. Nabil Kukali and conducted by the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion (www.pcpo.org), during the period from August 14-19, 2014 covered a random sample of (1000) Palestinian respondents representing the various demographic specimens of adult Palestinians (18 years and above) living in Gaza Strip… during the temporary six-days cease-fire respite agreed between the Palestinians and the Israelis...
(54.0%) are satisfied with the performance of the PA-president ‘Abu Mazen.’
(64.7%) rated the stances of the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon as ‘negative.’
(88.9%) support the firing of rockets from Gaza at Israel.
(58.1%) are content with the ICRC performance, (71.2 %) with that of the UNRWA.
(75.4%) believe that the deterrence of the Palestinian Resistance has increased.
Responding to the question: 'Would you please tell us your opinion about the issue of firing rockets at Israel?'
(60.3 %) said 'I strongly support that,'
(28.6 %) 'I support that,'
(7.0 %) were undecided,
(1.4 %) said 'I oppose that,'
(1.0 %) 'I strongly oppose that' and
(1.7 %) said 'I don’t know.'"