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Monday, January 14, 2013
PSR - Survey Research Unit: Poll No. 46 of Palestinians

PSR - Survey Research Unit: Poll No. 46
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13 January 2013

Palestinian Public Opinion Poll No (46)
In the aftermath of the Gaza War: Hamas’ way is preferred by the majority
over Abbas’ way as the most effective in ending occupation and building a
Palestinian state and Haniyeh defeats Abbas in a presidential election
13-15 December 2012
http://www.pcpsr.org/survey/polls/2012/p46e.html
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 13-15 December 2012.. Total size of the sample is 1270 adults
interviewed face to face in 127 randomly selected locations. Margin of error
is 3%.

For further details, contact PSR director, Dr. Khalil Shikaki, or Walid
Ladadweh at tel 02-296 4933 or email pcpsr@pcpsr.org.

PSR Poll No. 45
13-15 December 2012

00) From among the following satellite news stations, which one you
watched most during the last two months?
1) al Arabia 11.3%
2) al Jazeera 35.9%
3) al Hurra 1.1%
4) al Manar 2.3%
5) Palestine TV 15.8%
6)alaqsa 19.4%
7) Do not watch TV 5.3%
8) others 8.1%
9) Do not have a dish 0.1%
10) DK/NA 0.5%

1) In general, how would you describe conditions of the Palestinians in
the Palestinian areas in Gaza Strip these days?
1) Very good 11.5%
2) Good 31.6%
3) so so 22.0%
4) Bad 26.0%
5) Very bad 7.1%
6) DK/NA 1.7%

2) In general, how would you describe conditions of the Palestinians in
the Palestinian areas in the West Bank these days?
1) Very good 6.0%
2) Good 29.0%
3) so so 27.3%
4) Bad 26.6%
5) Very bad 9.7%
6) DK/NA 1.4%

3) Generally, do you see yourself as:
1) Religious 46.6%
2) somewhat religious 49.7%
3) not religious 3.7%
4) DK/NA 0.0%

4) Generally, do you see yourself as:
1) supportive of the peace process 61.1%
2) opposed to the peace process 20.7%
3) between support and opposition 16.5%
4) DK/NA 1.7%

5) Do you think that there is corruption in PA institutions under the
control of President Abu Mazin?
Yes 73.8%
No 16.1%
DK-NA 10.1%

6) Do you think that there is corruption in PA institutions under the
control of the dismissed government in the Gaza Strip
Yes 53.1%
No 26.4%
DK-NA 20.5%

7) In your view, is there a press freedom in the West Bank?
Yes 24.1%
to some extent 44.9%
No 28.2%
DK-NA 2.8%

8) In your view, is there a press freedom in the Gaza Strip?
Yes 23.1%
to some extent 40.0%
No 28.4%
DK-NA 8.6%

9) In your view, can people in the West Bank today criticize the
authority without fear?
Yes 35.1%
No 60.8%
DK-NA 4.1%

10) In your view, can people in the Gaza Strip today criticize the
authority without fear?
Yes 29.0%
No 58.9%
DK-NA 12.1%

11) Would you say that these days your security and safety, and that of
your family, is assured or not assured?
1) Completely assured 9.4%
2) Assured 54.5%
3) Not assured 32.3%
4) Not assured at all 3.7%
5) DK/NA 0.1%

12) Do current political, security, and economic conditions lead you to
seek emigration abroad?

Total
1) Certainly seek to emigrate 10.1%
2) Seek emigration 18.7%
3) Do not seek emigration 40.4%
4) Certainly do not seek emigration 30.5%
5) DK/NA 0.2%

Gaza
1) Certainly seek to emigrate 17.2%
2) Seek emigration 23.5%
3) Do not seek emigration 33.0%
4) Certainly do not seek emigration 26.1%
5) DK/NA 0.2%

West Bank
1) Certainly seek to emigrate 5.8%
2) Seek emigration 15.8%
3) Do not seek emigration 45.0%
4) Certainly do not seek emigration 33.2%
5) DK/NA 0.2%

13) Tell us how do you evaluate the performance of the dismissed
government of Ismail Haniyeh in the Gaza Strip? Is it good or bad?
1) Very Good 16.8%
2) Good 39.1%
3) Neither good nor bad 24.5%
4) Bad 9.1%
5) Very Bad 3.1%
6) No Opinion/Don’t know 7.5%

14) Tell us how do you evaluate the performance of the government headed
by Salam Fayyad? Is it good or bad?
1) Very Good 6.3%
2) Good 27.6%
3) Neither good nor bad 29.3%
4) Bad 23.1%
5) Very Bad 10.2%
6) No Opinion/Don’t know 3.4%

15) Are you satisfied or not satisfied with the performance of Mahmud
Abbas since his election as president of the PA?
1) very satisfied 7.2%
2) satisfied 46.3%
3) not satisfied 35.1%
4) not satisfied at all 9.1%
5) DK/NA 2.4%

16) If new presidential elections are to take place today, and Mahmud
Abbas was nominated by Fateh and Ismail Haniyeh was nominated by Hamas, whom
would you vote for?
1) Mahmoud Abbas 44.6%
2) Ismael Haniyyah 47.7%
4) DK/NA 7.7%

17) And if the competition was between Marwan Barghouti representing
Fateh and Ismail Haniyeh representing Hamas, whom would you vote for?
1) Marwan Barghouti 51.2% 48.6% 55.1%
2) Ismael Haniyyah 42.3% 42.2% 42.5%
4) DK/NA 6.4% 9.2% 2.4%

18) And what if the competition was between Marwan Barghouti, Ismail
Haniyeh, and Mahmud Abbas, to whom would you vote?
1) Marwan Barghouti 29.3%
2) Ismael Haniyyah 39.0%
3. Mahmud Abbas 26.9%
5) DK/NA 4.8%

20) If new elections agreed to by all factions are held today and the
same lists that took part in the last PLC elections were nominated, for whom
would you vote?
1) alternative 1.5%
2) independent Palestine 2.6%
3) Abu Ali Mustafa 1.8%
4) Abu al Abbas 0.0%
5) freedom and social justice 0.1%
6) change and reform 35.2%
7) national coalition for justice and democ 0.1%
8) third way(headed by salam fayyad) 1.9%
9) freedom and independence 1.1%
10) Palestinian justice 0.4%
11) Fateh 35.6%
12) none of the above/ DK/NA/ Do not remember 19.8%

21-1) From among the following vital national goals, which in your view
should the first most important one and which should be the second most
important goal that the Palestinian people should strive to achieve?
1. Israeli withdrawal to the 1967 borders and the establishment of a
Palestinian state in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip with East Jerusalem as
its capital 44.1%
2. Obtain the right of return to refuges to their 1948 towns and
villages 33.1%
3. Establish a democratic political system that respects freedoms and
rights of Palestinians 9.2%
4. Build a pious or moral individual and a religious society, one that
applies all Islamic teachings 13.6%

21-2) -2From among the following vital national goals, which in your view
should the first most important one and which should be the second most
important goal that the Palestinian people should strive to achieve?
1. Israeli withdrawal to the 1967 borders and the establishment of a
Palestinian state in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip with East Jerusalem as
its capital 23.0%
2. Obtain the right of return to refuges to their 1948 towns and
villages 40.6%
3. Establish a democratic political system that respects freedoms and
rights of Palestinians 18.1%
4. Build a pious or moral individual and a religious society, one that
applies all Islamic teachings 18.3%

22) The Palestinian society confronts today various problems, like the
continuation of occupation and settlements, the spread of unemployment and
poverty, the lack of national unity due to the split between the West Bank
and the Gaza Strip, the continuatio
1) continuation of occupation and settlements, 24.6%
2) spread of unemployment and poverty 27.0%
3) lack of national unity due to the split between the West 25.1%
4) continuation of the siege and blockade of the Gaza Strip and the
closure of its border crossings 5.8%
5) the spread of corruption in public institutions 15.4%
88)DK/NA 0.5%
99)other 1.5%

23) Do you think the local elections that took place last October have or
have not been fair?
1) certainly fair 4.8%
2) fair 44.0%
3) unfair 28.1%
4) certainly unfair 6.3%
5) DK/NA 16.8%

24) Given the return of Fateh and Hamas to dialogue, what are your
expectations for the future of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip?
1) unity will resume in the near future 39.2%
2) unity will resume but will take a long time 40.4%
3) unity will not resume and two separate entities will emerge 17.5%
4) DK/NA 2.8%

25) What do you expect to happen between Palestinians and Israelis after
the last war on Gaza and after the UN has recognized Palestine as a
non-member state?
1) the two sides will return soon to negotiations 27.4%
2) the two sides will return to negotiations but some armed attacks will
take place 38.3%
3) the two sides will not return to negotiations and some armed attacks
will take place 19.1%
4) the two sides will not return to negotiations and there will be no
armed attacks 10.2%
5) DK/NA 5.1%

26) In the latest war between Hamas and Israel, who, in your view, came
out the winner: Hamas or Israel?
1-Hamas 80.9%
2-Israel 3.3%
3-Nether side 12.5%
4-Both sides 2.6%
5-DK/NA 0.7%

27) Given the outcome of the last war against the Gaza Strip, do you
expect or do not expect Israel to wage a ground offensive against the Strip
in the near future?
1.Certainly it will not 7.5%
2.It will not 35.4%
3.It will 42.1%
4.Certainly it will 10.3%
5.DK/NA 4.7%

28) Which side you think the agreement on “quiet? between Hamas and
Israel serve, the interests of the Palestinians or the interests of the
Israelis?
1)The Palestinians 41.4%
2)The Israelis 15.8%
3)Both sides 38.5%
4)Neither side 3.3%
5)DK/NA 1.0%

29) Now that an agreement on “quiet? has been in place for few weeks, are
conditions in the Gaza Strip beginning to change for the better or for the
worse or are they the same as before?
1)Same as before 27.3%
2)Certainly for the better 18.6%
3)For the better 43.9%
4)For the worse 7.0%
5)Certainly for the worse 0.7%
6)DK/NA 2.4%

30) Given the outcome of the war between Hamas/other resistance groups
and Israel, in your view whose way is the best to end the Israeli occupation
and build a Palestinian state: Hamas’ way or Abbas’s way?
1)Certainly Hamas’ 33.0%
2)Hamas’ 26.6%
3)Abbas’ 24.7%
4)Certainly Abbas 3.2%
5)Other (specify: -------------------) 5.7%
6)DK/NA 6.8%

31) From among the following parties, which one in your view is the one
that most gave Hamas the ability to stand up to Israel and continue to
launch rockets against Israel during the whole period of the last war?
1)Egypt 20.1%
2)Qatar 2.4%
3)Iran 38.9%
4)Turkey 3.0%
5)Hamas’ own self capacity 29.3%
6)Other parties: (specify: ---------------) 1.6%
7)DK/NA 4.7%

32) When Palestinians and Israelis return to final status negotiations
the following items might be presented to negotiators as the elements of a
permanent compromise settlement. Tell us what you think of each item then
tell us what you think of all combined as one permanent status settlement

1. An Israeli withdrawal from all of the Gaza Strip and the evacuation of
its settlements. But in the West Bank, Israel withdraws and evacuates
settlements from most of it, with the exception of few settlement areas in
less than 3% of the West Bank that would be exchanged with an equal amount
of territory from Israel in accordance with the attached map {show map}.

2. An independent Palestinian state would be established in the areas from
which Israel withdraws in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip; the Palestinian
state will have no army, but it will have a strong security force but an
international multinational force would be deployed to insure the safety and
security of the state. Both sides will be committed to end all forms of
violence directed against each other.

3. East Jerusalem would become the capital of the Palestinian state with
Arab neighborhoods coming under Palestinian sovereignty and Jewish
neighborhoods coming under Israel sovereignty. The Old City (including al
Haram al Sharif) would come under Palestinian sovereignty with the exception
of the Jewish Quarter and the Wailing Wall that will come under Israeli
sovereignty.

4. With regard to the refugee question, both sides agree that the solution
will be based on UN resolutions 194 and 242 and on the Arab peace
initiative. The refugees will be given five choices for permanent residency.
These are: the Palestinian state and the Israeli areas transferred to the
Palestinian state in the territorial exchange mentioned above; no
restrictions would be imposed on refugee return to these two areas.
Residency in the other three areas (in host countries, third countries, and
Israel) would be subject to the decision of the states in those areas. The
number of refugees returning to Israel will be based on the average number
of refugees admitted to third countries like Australia, Canada, Europe, and
others. All refugees will be entitled to compensation for their
"refugeehood" and loss of properties.

5. When the permanent status agreement is fully implemented, it will mean
the end of the conflict and no further claims will be made by either side.
The parties will recognize Palestine and Israel as the homelands of their
respective peoples 6. The Palestinian state will have sovereignty over its
land, water, and airspace. But Israeli will be allowed to use the
Palestinian airspace for training purposes, and will maintain two early
warning stations in the West Bank for 15 years. The multinational force will
remain in the Palestinian state for an indefinite period of time and its
responsibility will be to insure the implementation of the agreement, and to
monitor territorial borders and coast of the Palestinian state including its
international border crossings.
Now that you have been informed of each element of the permanent compromise
settlement, tell us what you think of each of its item. Do you agree or
disagree with it.

32-1) Item #1: withdrawal to 1967 borders with territorial swap
1) certainly agree 7.1%
2) agree 46.1%
3) disagree 37.7%
4) 4) certainly Disagree 7.5%
5) DK/NA 1.5%

32-2) Item #2: a state without an army but with international forces
1) certainly agree 2.2%
2) agree 25.8%
3) disagree 55.0%
4) 4) certainly Disagree 15.8%
5) DK/NA 1.3%

32-3) Item #3: East Jerusalem as capital of the state of Palestine after
it is divided
1) certainly agree 2.6%
2) agree 26.5%
3) disagree 54.8%
4) 4) certainly Disagree 14.9%
5) DK/NA 1.2%

32-4) Item #4: refugees with five options for permanent residence
1) certainly agree 3.9%
2) agree 37.2%
3) disagree 46.2%
4) 4) certainly Disagree 10.0%
5) DK/NA 2.7%

32-5) Item #5: end of conflict
1) certainly agree 11.2%
2) agree 47.7%
3) disagree 32.5%
4) 4) certainly Disagree 6.7%
5) DK/NA 1.9%

32-6) Item #6: a sovereign state with security arrangements
1) certainly agree 6.1%
2) agree 39.4%
3) disagree 43.2%
4) 4) certainly Disagree 10.0%
5) DK/NA 1.3%

32-7) Item #7: the combined elements as one permanent status settlement
1) certainly agree 5.1%
2) agree 37.5%
3) disagree 46.3%
4) 4) certainly Disagree 9.5%
5) DK/NA 1.6%

33) And what is the Palestinian majority opinion on this combined package
for a permanent status settlement? Do most Palestinians in the West Bank and
Gaza support or oppose this combined final status package?
1) Majority supports 41.5%
2) Majority opposes 48.7%
3) DK/NA 9.8%

34) And what is the Israeli majority opinion on this combined package for
a permanent status settlement? Do most Israelis support or oppose this
combined final status package?
1) Majority supports 33.1%
2) Majority opposes 55.7%
3) DK/NA 11.2%

35) generally speaking is it possible or impossible to reach these days a
final status settlement with Israel?
1) Definitely possible 2.4%
2) Think it is possible 33.4%
3) Think it is impossible 45.3%
4) definitely impossible 17.0%
5) DK/NA 1.9%

36) Do you support or oppose the solution based on the establishment of a
Palestinian State alongside Israel known as the two States solution?
1) certainly support 3.2%
2) support 48.3%
3) oppose 38.3%
4) certainly oppose 9.2%
5) DK/NA 0.9%

37) Some believe that the two-state solution, an independent Palestinian
state alongside the state of Israel, is no longer viable due to settlement
expansion while others believe that it is still viable today as settlements
can be dismantled or evacuated w
1. certainly the two-state solution is no longer viable 20.7%
2. the two state solution is no longer viable 36.9%
3. the two-state solution remains viable today 30.4%
4. Certainly, the two-state solution remains viable today 8.5%
5. DK/NA 3.5%

38) . Talk has recently increased about the inevitable failure of the two
state solution and the need to demand the formulation of a solution based on
the establishment of one state in all Palestinian areas and Israel, one in
which Arabs and Jews enjoy equa
1) certainly support 3.0%
2) support 24.3%
3) oppose 52.8%
4) certainly oppose 18.5%
5) DK/NA 1.4%

39) . Now more than 45 years after the Israeli occupation of the West
Bank and the Gaza Strip, what in your view are the chances for the
establishment of an independent Palestinian state next to the state of
Israel in the next five years? Are they high, med
1) None existent 22.5%
2) Low 37.6%
3) Medium 32.0%
4) High 6.2%
5) DK/NA 1.7%

40) . To what extent are you worried or not worried that you or a member
of your family could be hurt by Israel in your daily life or that your land
would be confiscated or home demolished?
1. Very Worried 26.1%
2-Worried 48.1%
3. Not worried 23.4%
4. Not worried at all 2.3%
5.DK/NA 0.0%

41) What do you think are the aspirations of Israel for the long run?
1. Withdrawal from the territories it occupied in 1967 after
guaranteeing its security 5.9%
2. Withdrawal form part of the occupied territories after guaranteeing
its security 11.7%
3. Annexation of the West Bank while denying political rights of
Palestinian citizens 19.9%
4. Extending the borders of the state of Israel to cover all the area
between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea and expelling its Arab
citizens 60.5%
5. DK/NA 2.0%

42) And What do you think are the aspirations of the Palestinian
Authority and the PLO for the long run?
1) Regain some of the territories conquered in the 1967 war Withdrawal
from the territories it occupied in 1967 after guaranteeing its security
28.8%
2) Regain all the territories conquered in the 1967 war 33.1%
3) Conquer the State of Israel and regain control over the pre 1948
Palestine 20.8%
4) Conquer the State of Israel and destroy much of the Jewish population
in Israel 11.5%
5) DK/NA 5.9%

43) According to the Saudi plan, Israel will retreat from all territories
occupied in 1967 including Gaza the West Bank, Jerusalem and the Golan
Heights, and a Palestinian state will be established. The refugees problem
will be resolved through negotiation
1) certainly agree 4.5%
2) agree 48.0%
3) disagree 36.0%
4) 4) certainly Disagree 9.4%
5) DK/NA 2.1%

44) There is a proposal that after the establishment of an independent
Palestinian state and the settlement of all issues in dispute, including the
refugees and Jerusalem issues, there will be a mutual recognition of Israel
as the state of the Jewish people
1) certainly agree 2.1%
2) agree 37.5%
3) disagree 46.2%
4) 4) certainly Disagree 12.9%
5) DK/NA 1.3%

3) Abandon the two state solution and demand the establishment of one
state for Palestinians and Israelis
1) certainly support 3.1%
2) support 20.8%
3) oppose 59.2%
4) certainly oppose 15.9%
5) DK/NA 0.9%

4) Resort to popular non violent and unarmed resistance
1) certainly support 7.1%
2) support 56.3%
3) oppose 32.0%
4) certainly oppose 4.0%
5) DK/NA 0.6%

5) Return to the armed intifada and confrontations
1) certainly support 12.3%
2) support 38.5%
3) oppose 43.1%
4) certainly oppose 5.4%
5) DK/NA 0.7%

6) Dissolve the Palestinian Authority
1) certainly support 10.0%
2) support 27.6%
3) oppose 49.7%
4) certainly oppose 10.1%
5) DK/NA 2.6%

46) Now that the UN has recognized Palestine as a non-member state
without Israeli approval, do think the US will punish the PA by suspending
financial support?
1-Certainly yes 18.9%
2-YES 45.4%
3-NO 29.3%
4-Certainly no 2.1%
5-DK-NA 4.2%

47) And what about Israel, will it too punish the PA by suspending
financial transfers to it?
1-Certainly yes 25.3%
2-YES 53.5%
3-NO 16.9%
4-Certainly no 1.2%
5-DK-NA 3.2%

48) And what about the EU, will it too punish the PA by suspending
financial tranfers to it?
1-Certainly yes 9.2%
2-YES 25.5%
3-NO 51.8%
4-Certainly no 7.6%
5-DK-NA 5.9%

49) Now that the UN has recognized Palestine as a non-member state
without Israeli approval, do you think this recognition will lead to actual
change on the current conditions in the Palestinian areas with regard to
settlements and control of the occupatio
1) certainly lead to positive change 5.0%
2) will lead to change to the better 35.7%
3) will not lead to any change, positive or negative 37.1%
4) will lead to negative change 17.8%
5) certainly will lead to negative change 3.0%
6) DK/NA 1.3%

50) Now that the UN has recognized Palestine as a non-member state
without Israeli approval, do you think the PA president and his government
should enforce Palestinian sovereignty over all the territories of the West
Bank, for example by opening roads in
1-Certainly yes 13.6%
2-YES 62.1%
3-NO 18.0%
4-Certainly no 3.0%
5-DK-NA 3.2%

51) Do you think the PA president and his government will actually do
that?
1-Certainly yes 4.1%
2-YES 33.2%
3-NO 48.0%
4-Certainly no 8.0%
5-DK-NA 6.8%

52) Now that the UN has recognized Palestine as a non-member state
without Israeli approval, do you think the Palestinian side should insist on
assuming control of the Allenby Bridge terminal from the Israeli side even
if this lead to the closure of the te
1-Certainly yes 13.7%
2-YES 57.6%
3-NO 21.9%
4-Certainly no 3.2%
5-DK-NA 3.6%

53) Do you think the PA president and his government will actually do
that?
1-Certainly yes 3.6%
2-YES 32.1%
3-NO 47.8%
4-Certainly no 8.6%
5-DK-NA 7.9%

54) Now that the UN has recognized Palestine as a non-member state
without Israeli approval how do you think Palestinians can force the
Israelis to withdraw from the territories of the Palestinian state?
1) popular peaceful demonstrations that would break through check points
and block roads used by army and settlers 24.0%
2) armed attacks on army and settlers 41.4%
3) return to negotiations with the Israeli government 29.6%
4) other (specify: ------------- ) 2.6%
5) DK/NA 2.5%

55) Now that the UN has recognized Palestine as a non-member state
without Israeli approval if large peaceful demonstrations were to take place
in the West Bank and Jerusalem in order to break through check points and
close army and settler roads, do you t
1-Certainly yes 12.2%
2-YES 39.0%
3-NO 41.0%
4-Certainly no 6.5%
5-DK-NA 1.3%

56) If such large peaceful demonstrations were to take place in the West
Bank and East Jerusalem, do you think they would contribute to speeding the
process of ending Israeli occupation?
1-Certainly yes 7.1%
2-YES 47.0%
3-NO 37.6%
4-Certainly no 6.2%
5-DK-NA 2.1%

57) what is your assessment of the likely impact of the Arab revolts and
the results of the elections that followed these revolts on the Palestinian
cause? Will it have a positive or negative impact in the next year or two?
Or will it have no impact
(1) Certainly it will be positive 22.9%
(2) it will be positive 36.1%
(3) it will be negative 9.7%
(4) Certainly it will be negative 5.3%
(5) will have no impact, positive or negative 23.7%
(6) DK/NA 2.4%

58) Now after Obama’s victory in the US elections, do you think his
victory will have a positive or negative impact or Palestinian conditions or
will it have no impact?
1. Will have a negative impact 49.5%
2. will have a positive impact 10.2%
3. will have no impact, positive or negative 33.5%
4. DK/NA 6.8%

59) Elections in Israel will take place next month. Which party do you
expect to win the elections and form the next Israeli government?
1)The coalition of the Likud under Netanyahu and Israel Baitaino under
Lieberman 40.7%
2)Parties in the center and left such as Labor, Livni’s Movement,
Kadima, and Yair Lapid’s Yesh Atid 24.5%
3)Other parties 9.5%
4)DK/NA 25.3%

60) If Netanyahu wins the next Israeli elections, do you think Israel
will launch an attack against the Iranian nuclear facilities?
1-Certainly yes 6.1%
2-YES 28.0%
3-NO 44.0%
4-Certainly no 11.0%
5-DK-NA 10.8%

61) Concerning armed attacks against Israeli civilians inside Israel, I….
1) certainly support 15.5%
2) support 35.3%
3) oppose 43.2%
4) certainly oppose 4.0%
5) DK/NA 2.0%

62) Which of the following political parties do you support?
1- PPP 1.0%
2- PFLP 3.0%
3- Fateh 28.9%
4- Hamas 25.5%
5- DFLP 0.3%
6- Islamic Jihad 1.8%
7- Fida 0.1%
8- National inititiative (almubadara) 0.3%
9- Independent Islamist 2.7%
10- Independent nationalist 3.8%
11)third way headed by salam feyyad 1.0%
12- none of the above 30.9%
13- others 0.6%

63) If you use the internet to surf social sites like Facebook, Twitter,
and various groups or to access email, how many times do you normally do
that?
1) More than once a day 13.5%
2) daily 19.9%
3) between 2-5 times weekly 12.5%
4) once a week 6.0%
5) once a month 4.8%
6) others (specify -----) 0.0%
7) Does not apply—I have no email and do not visit social sites 43.2%

____________________________
This PSR survey was conducted with the support of the Konrad Adenauer
Stiftung in Ramallah

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