International Poll: Most Publics–including Americans–Oppose Taking Sides in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict July 1, 2008 Israeli, Palestinian, American and Arab Leaders All Get Low Marks On Efforts to Resolve Conflict Most Favor UN Playing Robust Role in Peace Enforcement Country-by-Country Summaries (PDF) Questionnaire/methodology (PDF) Press Release (PDF) Full PDF Version A new
Q & A: Nabil Kukali, Palestinian Center for Public Opinion August 20, 2007 Dr. Nabil Kukali is director of the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion, which he founded in 1994. The center, based in Beit Sahour, studies Palestinian opinion in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip.
Palestinians on the United Nations August 20, 2007 The international community—spurred by renewed US interest—is gearing up for another major push for peace in the Middle East: President Bush recently dispatched Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to garner support for an international conference on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and Tony Blair
Poll Finds Overwhelming Majorities in Lebanon Support Hezbollah, Distrust U.S. August 2, 2006 Most Lebanese—including majorities across all major religious groups—support Hezbollah in its conflict with Israel and distrust the United States as a mediator, according to a recent Lebanese poll. Palestinians also overwhelmingly support both Hezbollah and the Hamas
New Poll Shows French and Germans more Sympathetic toward Israel June 20, 2006 A poll by the Pew Global Attitudes project shows that the French and Germans have become more sympathetic toward Israel since the Palestinians elected Hamas, a radical Islamic group that has refused to recognize Israel or renounce