Israeli Public Opinion Polls:
The Index aims to systematically follow the common public opinion trends in Israel concerning the Israeli-Arab/Palestinian conflict and its impact on Israeli society. The project was initiated by the Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research at Tel Aviv University in June 1994, inspired by the optimism that prevailed following the signing of the Oslo Accords in September 1993.
The Index data is collected every month through a telephone survey based on a probabilistic sample that represents the general population in Israel (age 18+), including the Arab citizens of Israel, inhabitants of moshavim and kibbutzim, and Jewish settlers residing beyond the Green Line. The sample is comprised of 600 men and women, and the sample error is a 4.5 %.