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Polls & trends

Dec. 2018 poll: 64% of Palestinians want Abbas to resign 
Source: Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR), Dec. 27, 2018
64% want Abbas to resign (West Bank 55%, Gaza 77%)
32% want Abbas to stay in office

65% are dissatisfied with Abbas’ performance
32% are satisfied with Abbas’ performance (West Bank 38%, Gaza 23%)

Note: “These are the results of the latest poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip between 12-16 December 2018… Margin of error is +/-3%.”
The entire poll can be found here

Dec. 2018 poll: Palestinians prefer Hamas’ Haniyeh over Fatah’s Abbas 
Source: Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR), Dec. 27, 2018
If elections were held today:

Abbas 42% (West Bank 46%, Gaza 36%)
Haniyeh 49% (West Bank 41%, Gaza 62%)

Note: “These are the results of the latest poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip between 12-16 December 2018… Margin of error is +/-3%.”
The entire poll can be found here

Dec. 2018 poll: Palestinians prefer Fatah’s Marwan Barghouti over Hamas’ Haniyeh 
Source: Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR), Dec. 27, 2018
If elections were held today without Abbas:

Marwan Barghouti 29%
Haniyeh 24%
Mohammad Dahlan 6%
Rami al Hamdallah 5%
Khaled Mashaal 4%
Mustafa Barghouti 2%
Saeb Erekat 2%
Salam Fayyad 1%

Note: “These are the results of the latest poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip between 12-16 December 2018… Margin of error is +/-3%.”
The entire poll can be found here

Dec. 2018 poll: Palestinians prefer Fatah and Hamas almost equally 
Source: Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR), Dec. 27, 2018
If legislative elections were held today:

Fatah 35%
Hamas 34%
All other parties combined 10%
Undecided 21%

Note: “These are the results of the latest poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip between 12-16 December 2018… Margin of error is +/-3%.”
The entire poll can be found here

Dec. 2018 poll: 43% of Palestinians blame Abbas and the PA for conditions in Gaza 
Source: Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR), Dec. 27, 2018
Q: “Identify the party or side responsible for the worsening conditions in the Gaza Strip: Hamas, the PA and Abbas, Egypt, or others?”

The PA, Abbas, and “the reconciliation government” - 43% (West Bank 34%, Gaza 58%)
Hamas - 21% (West Bank 17%, Gaza 28%)
Egypt - 9%
Others - 20%

Note: “These are the results of the latest poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip between 12-16 December 2018… Margin of error is +/-3%.”
The entire poll can be found here

Dec. 2018 poll: 61% of Palestinians in the West Bank can’t criticize the PA; 80% of Palestinians perceive the PA to be corrupt 
Source: Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR), Dec. 27, 2018
- “Only 35% of the West Bankers say that people can criticize the authority in their area without fear and 61% say that they cannot. In the Gaza Strip, 48% say that people can criticize the authority in their area without fear and 50% believe that they cannot.
- Perception of corruption in PA institutions stands at 80%.”

Note: “These are the results of the latest poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip between 12-16 December 2018… Margin of error is +/-3%.”
The entire poll can be found here

Dec. 2018 poll: Viewership habits of Palestinians 
Source: Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR), Dec. 27, 2018
Q: "From among the following satellite news stations, which one you watched most during the last two months?"

Al Jazeera TV - 20%
Al Aqsa TV - 14%
Maan TV - 12%
Palestine TV - 12%
Palestine Today - 12%
Al Mayadeen - 5%
Al Quds TV - 5%
Al Arabiya - 4%
 
Note: “These are the results of the latest poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip between 12-16 December 2018… Margin of error is +/-3%.”
The entire poll can be found here


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Dec. 2018 poll: Majority of Palestinians call other Palestinians who sell property to Israeli Jews in Jerusalem “traitors”; 64% say sales should be punished by the death penalty 
Source: Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR), Dec. 27, 2018
   “An overwhelming majority of the public (88%) designate other Palestinians who sell property to Israeli Jews in East Jerusalem and other occupied territories as traitors while 9% call them corrupt and unpatriotic.
Three quarters believe that the current penalties for sale of property to Israeli Jews in East Jerusalem and other places do not provide a deterrence against such sales while 14% believe the current penalties provide a sufficient deterrent. When, in an open question, we asked the public to identify a deterrent punishment, about two-thirds (64%) said it is the death penalty while 22% said imprisonment.
Findings show that more than three quarters (78%) are dissatisfied and 17% are satisfied with the measures taken by the PA to deter sale of properties by Palestinians to Israeli Jews.”

Note: “These are the results of the latest poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip between 12-16 December 2018… Margin of error is +/-3%.”
The entire poll can be found here

Dec. 2018 poll: 34% of Palestinians support violent “armed struggle” against Israel 
Source: Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR), Dec. 27, 2018
Q: What is the most preferred way out of the current status quo?

“Reaching a peace agreement with Israel” 34%
“Waging an armed struggle against the Israeli occupation” 34%
“Waging a non-violent resistance” 11%
“Keeping the status quo” 16%

Note: “These are the results of the latest poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip between 12-16 December 2018… Margin of error is +/-3%.”
The entire poll can be found here

Dec. 2018 poll: Rise in support for violent “armed struggle” as most effective means of establishing a Palestinian state 
Source: Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR), Dec. 27, 2018
Q: "What is the most effective means of establishing a Palestinian state next to the state of Israel?"

Armed struggle 44% (Three months ago: 33%)
Negotiation 28% (Three months ago: 39%)
Non-violent resistance 23%

Note: “These are the results of the latest poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip between 12-16 December 2018… Margin of error is +/-3%.”
The entire poll can be found here

Dec. 2018 poll: 54% of Palestinians support a return to an “armed intifada”  
Source: Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR), Dec. 27, 2018
“In light of the suspension of peace negotiations, Palestinians support various alternative directions:

71% support joining more international organizations;
61% support popular non-violence resistance;
54% support a return to an armed intifada;
47% support dissolving the PA;
32% support abandoning the two-state solution and demanding the establishment of one state for Palestinians and Israelis.

Three months ago

46% said they prefer a return to armed intifada
42% said they prefer to dissolve the PA.”

Note: “These are the results of the latest poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip between 12-16 December 2018… Margin of error is +/-3%.”
The entire poll can be found here
Dec. 2018 poll: 93% of Palestinian see themselves as religious  
Source: Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR), Dec. 27, 2018
Q: “Generally, do you see yourself as:”

  Total West Bank Gaza
Religious 40.9% 32.6% 54.6%
Somewhat religious 52.1% 59.8% 39.4%
Not religious 6.8% 7.6% 5.6%
DK\NA 0.2% 0% 0.5%

Note: “These are the results of the latest poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip between 12-16 December 2018… Margin of error is +/-3%.”
The entire poll can be found here

Sept. 2018 poll: Majority of Palestinians support peaceful negotiations, 24.7% of Palestinians support armed intifada  
Source: The Jerusalem Media and Communication Centre, Oct. 16, 2018
"Q- In general, what is the best method to achieve the Palestinian people’s goals of ending the Occupation and establishing a state?"
 
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  Total West Bank Gaza Male Female
Peaceful negotiations 46.9 42.1 54.0 44.1 49.1
armed resistance
(armed intifada)
24.7 20.4 30.9 27.1 22.8
non-violent resistance (peaceful popular intifada) 20.3 26.7 10.7 19.7 20.7
Others 2.6 2.2 3.1 4.2 1.3
Don't Know\No Answer 5.5 8.6 1.3 4.9 6.1

Note: “A public opinion poll conducted by the Jerusalem Media and Communications Centre (JMCC) in cooperation with Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES)… A random sample of 1200 people over the age of 18 was interviewed face-to-face throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip between 19th and 24th of September 2018... The margin of err
Sept. 2018 poll: Majority of Palestinians support a two-state solution, 19.7% of Palestinians support replacing Israel with “historical Palestine”  
Source: The Jerusalem Media and Communication Centre, Oct. 16, 2018
"Regarding the opinion of respondents on the best solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, the two-state solution continued to be the most prominent one, with 37.5% supporting it as opposed to 30.3% who preferred the one-state binational solution in Historical Palestine."

Note: “A public opinion poll conducted by the Jerusalem Media and Communications Centre (JMCC) in cooperation with Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES)… A random sample of 1200 people over the age of 18 was interviewed face-to-face throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip between 19th and 24th of September 2018... The margin of error is ±3 percent, with a confidence level of 95%.”

Read the full poll here
Sept. 2018 poll: Palestinians equally divided among themselves if firing rockets at Israel helps or harms the Palestinians  
Source: The Jerusalem Media and Communication Centre, Oct. 16, 2018
"In response to a question about whether locally-made rockets fired from Gaza at Israeli targets help or harm Palestinian national interests, the percentage of those who said they help dropped to 31.0% in this poll from 61.8% in October 2014 and 74% in December 2012."
Harm - 31.1%
Don't make any difference - 28.3%
Don't know\Don't Answer - 9.6% 

Note: “A public opinion poll conducted by the Jerusalem Media and Communications Centre (JMCC) in cooperation with Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES)… A random sample of 1200 people over the age of 18 was interviewed face-to-face throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip between 19th and 24th of September 2018... The margin of error is ±3 percent, with a confidence level of 95%.”

Read the full poll here
Sept. 2018 poll: 81.7% of Palestinians believe the PA is corrupt 
Source: The Jerusalem Media and Communication Centre, Oct. 16, 2018
“The majority of those polled, 81.7%, said they believed there was widespread corruption in the Palestinian Authority institutions and services.”

Note: “A public opinion poll conducted by the Jerusalem Media and Communications Centre (JMCC) in cooperation with Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES)… A random sample of 1200 people over the age of 18 was interviewed face-to-face throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip between 19th and 24th of September 2018... The margin of error is ±3 percent, with a confidence level of 95%.”

Read the full poll here
97.8% of Palestinians consider religion to be an important part of their lives 
Source: The Jerusalem Media and Communication Centre, Aug. 6, 2018
“60.5% said the Palestinian Personal Status Law should be based on Islamic Sharia, with 97.8% saying that religion is an important part of their lives.“

Note: “A public opinion poll conducted by the Jerusalem Media and Communication Centre, in cooperation with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung… A random sample of 1200 people over the age of 18 was interviewed face-to-face throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip between 26th of June and 7th of July 2018. The margin of error is ±3 percent, with a confidence level of 95%.”

The entire poll can be read
here
July 2018 poll: 39% of Palestinians depend on social media as a source of news 
Source: The Jerusalem Media and Communication Centre, Aug. 6, 2018
    "The poll showed that the majority of respondents, 39.3% depend on social media as a source of news, followed by 28% who depend on television, 17.3% who depend on news websites, 7.4% on radio and 1.4% on newspapers."

Note: “A public opinion poll conducted by the Jerusalem Media and Communication Centre, in cooperation with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung… A random sample of 1200 people over the age of 18 was interviewed face-to-face throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip between 26th of June and 7th of July 2018. The margin of error is ±3 percent, with a confidence level of 95%.”

Read the full poll here
July 2018 poll: Only 11% of Palestinians trust Abbas 
Source: The Jerusalem Media and Communication Centre, Aug. 6, 2018
"The percentage of those who trust President Mahmoud Abbas rose to 11.1% in this poll after it was 10.6% in January of this year. Furthermore, there was a rise in the percentage of those who trust Fatah more than other factions from 22.3% to 25% over the same period."

Note: “A public opinion poll conducted by the Jerusalem Media and Communication Centre, in cooperation with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung… A random sample of 1200 people over the age of 18 was interviewed face-to-face throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip between 26th of June and 7th of July 2018. The margin of error is ±3 percent, with a confidence level of 95%.”

Read the full poll here
July 2018 poll: More Palestinians prefer Abbas over Haniyeh, but majority are undecided  
Source: The Jerusalem Media and Communication Centre, Aug. 6, 2018
   "In response to the question of who would you elect if elections were held in which only President Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas politburo chief Isma'el Haniyeh ran, the larger percentage of those polled, 35.3% said they would vote for President Abbas while 19.3% said they would vote for Haniyeh. What is also noteworthy is that 45.4% of respondents said they did not know or had no answer about who they would vote for.
If elections were held and President Abbas did not run, the larger percentage, 11.7% said they would vote for Marwan Barghouti, followed by Isma'el Haniyeh, 11.6% (8.1% in the West Bank opposed to 16.7% in Gaza), followed by Mohammed Dahlan 0.8% (0.4% in the West Bank and 20% in Gaza). It is also noteworthy that 55.6% said they did not know or had no answer as to who they would vote for."

Note: “A public opinion poll conducted by the Jerusalem Media and Communication Centre, in cooperation with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung… A random sample of 1200 people over the age of 18 was interviewed face-to-face throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip between 26th of June and 7th of July 2018. The margin of error is ±3 percent, with a confidence level of 95%.”

Read the full poll here
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