The Israel Democracy Institute (IDI) and Tel Aviv University have released the monthly Peace Index poll, which this month covers Israeli public opinion on Operation Protective Edge and the Gaza-Israel conflict.
In three sequential surveys carried out 14 July, 16-17 July, and 23 July, public opinion was assessed.
When asked what will be the outcome of Operation Protective Edge, a majority of Israeli Jews believed that there will be a further round of battle with Hamas (77%, 65%, and 50%). A minority believe that a long-term quiet, like the quiet achieved on the northern border after 2006, will be achieved (8%, 16%, and 30%).
This survey was conducted in three stages: 14 July 2014 (246 adults), 16-17 July 2014 (185 adults), and 23 July 2014 (216 adults).
The full results of the Peace Index are available on the Peace Index website.
For more information or to schedule an interview with Peace Index Co-Director Prof. Tamar Hermann, contact:
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