Most rightist Israelis would support Palestinian state, dividing Jerusalem

The S. Daniel Abraham Center for Middle East Peace (2012)
Ha'aretz article on two opinion surveys conducted by different Israeli pollsters that show most Likud-Beiteinu and Habayit Hayehudi voters would support a peace agreement establishing a demilitarized Palestinian state based on the 1967 borders, Israel's retention of major settlement blocs and a division of Jerusalem. The two polls also revealed that two thirds of all Israelis support such an agreement. Read More >