(Worthy News) – Support for a two-state resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is at the lowest point in two decades, according to new polling data released on Monday by two academicians.
Only 49% of Israelis – both Jews and Arabs – and 43% of Palestinians support the idea, according to a poll conducted at the end of June. In 2010, the percentages were much higher, at 71% and 57% respectively. A look at the June data for Israelis Jews alone shows that their support also drops to 43%.
Similarly, 56% of the Palestinians and 47% of Israeli Jews felt that a two-state solution was not viable. [ Source: Jerusalem Post (Read More…) ]
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