|Sunday, June 3, 2007|
|NEC Poll of Palestinians: 44% prefer return to pre-Oslo, 51% support firing rockets into Israel while 66% say no benefit from doing it 2% depressed mainly by Israeli occupation|
NEC's monthly bulletin on Palestinian perceptions towards politics and
[Excerpts by IMRA]
Near East Consulting (NEC) surveyed 801 randomly selected Palestinians in
Figure 1: Level of concern about the current situation, May 2007.
Figure 2: Will crisis between Fateh and Hamas end, or explode out of
Figure 3: The likelihood of a civil war
Figure 5: Depression level among the Palestinian public
Figure 6: Main issue that makes respondents feel depressed
Figure 8: Factions blamed for the recent clashes in the Gaza Strip
Figure 9: Leader Palestinians trust most
Figure 10: Support for the rocket attacks on Israel and the value of such
Does firing rockets into Israel provide any real benefit to the
Figure 11: Attitudes towards releasing Alan Johnston without conditions
Figure 13: Should Hamas maintain a position on the elimination of Israel:
Figure 14: Palestinian support for a return to the pre-Oslo situation
Figure 15: Will the crisis spread to the West Bank?
Figure 16: Is the conflict in Gaza between factions or individuals?
Figure 17: Can Fateh and Hamas contain and end the internal crisis?
Figure 18: Are external powers involved in the internal conflict?
Figure 19: Country believed to have a role in agitating the crisis
Figure 20: What party benefits from the internal conflict in the Gaza Strip?
Figure 21: Support for an international presence in Gaza to stop the
Figure 22: Has the time come for the national unity government to resign?
Figure 23: Has the time come for PA President Mahmoud Abbas to resign?
Figure 24: What should Abu Mazen should do to end the crisis in the Gaza
Figure 25: Support for declaring a state of emergency in the Gaza Strip
Figure 26: Support for early presidential and legislative elections
Figure 27: Which leader is capable of ending the internal conflict?
Figure 28: Feelings about the likelihood of internal fighting under Yaser
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