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Palestinian Public Opinion Polls:
Opinion Since the Creation of the Caretaker Government of Salaam Fayyad


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How do you assess the performance of Salam Fayyad's care-taker government? (Center for Opinion Polls and Survey Studies at An-Najah University, September 18-20, 2008)

Good
58.6%
Bad
30.4%
No opinion/Don't know
11%

How do you assess the performance of Ismael Haniyeh's dissolved government? (Center for Opinion Polls and Survey Studies at An-Najah University, September 18-20, 2008)

Good
29.4%
Bad
58.1%
No opinion/Don't know
12.5%

Regardless of its legitimacy or illegitimacy, do you support or reject the general policy of the Palestinian government led by Salaam Fayyad? (Center for Opinion Polls and Survey Studies at An-Najah University)

 
January 26-28, 2008
September 18-20, 2008
Support
46.5%
57.3%
Reject
42.9%
32.3%
No opinion/Don't know
0.6%
10.4%

Regardless of its legitimacy or illegitimacy, do you support or reject the general policy of the Palestinian government led by Ismael Haniyeh? (Center for Opinion Polls and Survey Studies at An-Najah University)

 
January 26-28, 2008
September 18-20, 2008
Support
29.3%
29%
Reject
60.2%
61%
No opinion/Don't know
0.5%
10%

There is a suggestion to hand in the responsibilities of the crossings in the Gaza Strip to the Palestinian Presidency. Do you support or reject this suggestions? (An Najah University, January 26-28, 2008)

Support
73.9%
Reject
19.1%
No opinion/Don't know
7.0%

Do you think that it is possible at the present time to form a unity government? (An Najah University, January 26-28, 2008)

Yes
43.9%
No
48.3%
No opinion/Don't know
7.8%

Level of concern about the current situation: (Near East Consulting)

 
December 20-23, 2007
May 24-27, 2008
Extremely concerned
41%
49%
Concerned to some extent
44%
41%
Not very concerned
9%
7%
Not concerned at all
5%
3%

Main reason behind your feeling of concern: (Near East Consulting)

 
August 11-14, 2007
December 20-23, 2007
May 24-27, 2008
August 29-31, 2008
Economic hardship of my household
25%
29%
38%
40%
Absence of security for me and my family
28%
19%
18%
16%
Internal power struggle
27%
27%
22%
26%
Israeli occupation
3%
9%
11%
8%
Family problems
3%
3%
4%
4%
I have no concerns
13%
13%
7%
6%

Feeling of security with respect to yourself, family and property: (Near East Consulting, December 20-23, 2007)

I feel secure
51%
I do not feel secure
49%

Level of optimism about the future: (Near East Consulting, December 20-23, 2007)

Very optimistic
10%
Optimistic
56%
Pessimistic
25%
Very pessimistic
9%

Trust in Abu Mazen vs. trust in Ismael Hanieh according to region: (Near East Consulting, December 20-23, 2007)

 
West Bank
Gaza Strip
Abu Mazen
78%
70%
Ismael Hanieh
22%
30%

Whose strategy works better for the Palestinian national interest? (Near East Consulting, December 20-23, 2007)

The strategy of Fateh
74%
The strategy of Hamas
26%

Has Hamas' role in politics been constructive or detrimental? (Near East Consulting, December 20-23, 2007)

Constructive
54%
Detrimental
46%

Which is the legitimate government in the Occupied Palestinian Territories? (Near East Consulting)

 
November 2007
December 20-23, 2007
August 29-32, 2008
Caretaker goverment of Salaam Fayyad
60.5%
53%
54%
Hamas-led Hanieh-government
25.6%
22%
23%
Neither
13.9%
25%
23%

Evaluation of Fayyad's government in improving law and order: (Near East Consulting, December 20-23, 2007)

 
West Bank
Gaza Strip
Negative
19%
29%
Neutral
17%
17%
Positive
64%
54%

Evaluation of Fayyad's government in combating corruption: (Near East Consulting, December 20-23, 2007)

 
West Bank
Gaza Strip
Negative
31%
36%
Neutral
18%
16%
Positive
51%
48%

If new legislative elections were held today, for whom would you vote? (Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, December 11-16, 2007)

Fatah
49%
Hamas
31%
Other
10%
Undecided
11%

If new Presidential elections were held today, and the two candidates were Mahmoud Abbas and Ismail Haniyeh, for whom would you vote? (Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research)

 
December 11-16, 2007
August 28-30, 2008
Mahmoud Abbas
55.8%
53.4%
Ismail Haniyeh
36.7%
38.9%
No opinion/Don't know
7.4%
7.7%

If new Presidential elections were held today, and the two candidates were Marwan Barghouti and Ismail Haniyeh, for whom would you vote? (Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research)

 
December 11-16, 2007
August 28-30, 2008
Marwan Barghouti
63.4%
60.7%
Ismail Haniyeh
32.2%
34.3%
No opinion/Don't know
4.4%
5%

Should Ismail Haniyeh remain Prime Minister of the Gaza Strip? (Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, December 11-16, 2007)

Yes
42%
No
52%

Should Salaam Fayyad remain Prime Minister? (Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, December 11-16, 2007)

Yes
51%
No
40%

Do you believe Hamas plans to take over the West Bank the same way it took over the Gaza Strip? (Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, December 11-16, 2007)

Yes
41%
No
47%

Do you support or oppose the Hamas military take-over of the Gaza Strip ? (Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, December 11-16, 2007)

Support
21%
Oppose
74%

How would you describe the conditions in the Gaza Strip? (Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, December 11-16, 2007)

Good/Very good
8%
Bad/Very bad
85%

How would you describe the conditions in the West Bank? (Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, December 11-16, 2007)

Good/Very good
31%
Bad/Very bad
41%

Trust in Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) versus trust in Ismail Hanieh. (Near East Consulting - Gaza Monitor)

 
November 2007
August 29-31, 2008
Abu Mazen
72.5%
78%
Ismail Hanieh
27.5%
22%

Level of confidence in Salaam Fayyad. (Near East Consulting - Gaza Monitor, November 2007)

High
41.4%
In between
28.2%
Low
30.4%

The best strategy that works for the Palestinian national interest. (Near East Consulting - Gaza Monitor, November 2007)

The Fatah Strategy
77.9%
The Hamas Strategy
22.1%

Ability to voice your opinion under the current circumstances. (Near East Consulting - Gaza Monitor, November 2007)

Able
44.2%
Unable
55.8%

Are you ot any of your household members thinking of leaving the Occupied Palestinian Territories? (Near East Consulting - Gaza Monitor, November 2007)

Yes
37.6%
No
62.4%

Evolution in the general situation in the Gaza Strip since the Hamas take-over. (Near East Consulting - Gaza Monitor, November 2007)

Improved
12.0%
Worsened
83.3%
Stayed the same
4.7%

Factional Trust. (Near East Consulting - Gaza Monitor)

 
November 2007
August 29-31, 2008
Hamas
16.8%
12%
Fateh
46.3%
41%
PFLP
2.2%
3%
Islamic Jihad
4.3%
2%
Others
4.3%
2%
I trust no faction
26.0%
39%

Evolution in the economy since Hamas took over the Gaza Strip. (Near East Consulting - Gaza Monitor, November 2007)

Improved
2.6%
Worsened
94.2%
Stayed the same
3.1%

What makes Hamas unable to dominate the West Bank? (An-Najah National University, November 15-17, 2007)

The Israeli occupation
36.7%
The strength of Fateh in the West Bank
23.3%
The weakness of Hamas in the West Bank
19.6%
The strength of the security apparatus in the West Bank
13.0%
No opinion/ I don't know
7.4%

One of the foremost leaders of Hamas in the Gaza Strip declared that he will try to pray in the Headquarters of the PA in Ramallah. Some inferred from this declaration that Hamas seeks to dominate the West Bank like it did with the Gaza Strip. Do you support or reject this declaration?? (An-Najah National University, November 15-17, 2007)

Support
16.8%
Reject
72.6%
No opinion/ I don't know
10.6%

If Hamas has an intention to form an executive force in the West Bank, will you support or reject it? (An-Najah National University, November 15-17, 2007)

Support
18.9%
Reject
72.8%
No opinion/ I don't know
8.3%

After the Gaza incidents, what do you think has happened to the freedom of expression in the Gaza Strip? (An-Najah National University, November 15-17, 2007)

It remained the same as it was
14.8%
It improved
14.6%
It retreated
63.3%
No opinion/ I don't know
7.3%

After the Gaza incidents, what do you think has happened to the freedom of expression in the West Bank? (An-Najah National University, November 15-17, 2007)

It remained the same as it was
35.3%
It improved
21.0%
It retreated
34.7%
No opinion/ I don't know
9.0%

Do you believe that the security situation in the Gaza Strip was in a better condition before Hamas took over? (An-Najah National University, November 15-17, 2007)

Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way President Abbas (Abu Mazen) is performing his job as president of the PNA? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

Very satisfied

21.0%

Somewhat satisfied

29.3%

Somewhat dissatisfied

17.5%

Very dissatisfied                

30.2%

No answer

2.0%

Do you think that Hamas force is stronger in Gaza than it is in the West Bank or its force in Gaza is weaker that its force in the West Bank, or its equivalent to its force in the West Bank? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

Hamas’s force in Gaza is stronger than in the West Bank

79.0%

Hamas’s force in Gaza is weaker than in the West Bank

5.9%

Hamas’s force in Gaza is equivalent to its force in the West Bank

9.9%

I don’t know

4.5%

No answer

0.7%

Do you expect the Gaza incident (internal fighting) to repeat in the West Bank as well? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

Yes

27.7%

No

68.6%

I don’t know

3.2%

No answer

0.5%

How would evaluate the performance of the government of Salam Fayyad in the West Bank at the present time compared with the performance of Hanieh’s government in Gaza; would you say that the performance of Fayyad’s government is better, similar or worse than the performance of Hanieh’s government? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

The performance of Fayyad’s government is better than the performance of Hanieh’s government

43.3%

The performance of Fayyad’s government is similar to the performance of Hanieh’s government

23.6%

The performance of Fayyad’s government is worse than the performance of Hanieh’s government

24.8%

I don’t know

6.7%

No answer

1.6%

Do you expect that all the parties will agree once again to the national unity government through the national dialogue between Fateh and Hamas? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

Yes

50.0%

No

44.8%

I don’t know

3.8%

No answer

1.4%

If presidential elections were held today, and the only candidates were Ismael Hanieh and Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen), for which one would you vote? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen)

47.1%

Ismael Hanieh

23.3%

Won’t vote

27.2%

No answer

2.4%

If presidential elections were held today, and the only candidates were Marwan Barghouti and Ismael Hanieh , for which one would you vote? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

Marwan Barghouti

53.1%

Ismael Hanieh

23.1%

Won’t vote

21.6%

No answer

2.2%

In general, do you think the performance of the current government of Salam Fayyad is better when compared to previous governments, didn’t change or became worse? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

Its performance has become has become better

37.5%

Didn’t change

35.6%

Its performance has become worse

21.8%

I don’t know

4.5%

No answer

0.6%

Do you think that Fayyad’s current government assisted pushing the current PA reform process forward, backward or did it not have any influence on the current reform process? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

In general, under the current government headed by Fayyad, do you think that the percentage of corruption has increased, decreased or didn’t change? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

Increased

23.0%

Decreased

35.2%

Didn’t change

36.8%

I don’t know

4.5%

No answer

0.5%

In general, under the current government headed by Fayyad, do you think the security and internal security conditions have improved, deteriorated or have not changed? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

Improved

32.9%

Deteriorated

27.3%

No change

36.7%

No answer

3.1%

To what extent do you think Fayyad’s government is transparent in handling the financial issues? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

To a very high extent

8.6%

To a high extent

13.4%

To an average extent

28.4%

To a low extent

18.3%

To a very low extent

20.8%

Don’t know

9.9%

No answer

0.6%

To what degree do you trust that the Palestinian leadership will continue to insist on its negotiating position represented in ending the occupation on all the West Bank, Gaza Strip and Jerusalem, and the return of the refugees and the establishment of the independent state? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

Very confident

22.4%

Confident to some extent

28.8%

Not confident to some extent

23.0%

Not confident at all

22.3%

I don’t know

2.9%

No answer

0.6%

The Palestinian people have tried a Fatah-majority government and a Hamas-majority government. Now, there is a government with the majority of its ministers as independent figures. In your opinion, and from past experiences, which is the government that best serves the interests of the Palestinian people? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

A Fatah-majority government

32.3%

A Hamas-majority government

18.3%

A government with the majority of its ministers as independent figures

39.0%

No answer

10.4%

Do you support or oppose the right of the Arab countries to possess a nuclear program for peaceful energy purposes? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

Support

73.3%

Oppose

22.8%

No answer

3.9%

Which Palestinian personality do you trust the most? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen)

18.3%

Ismael Hanieh

16.3%

Marwan Barghouti

14.3%

Salam Fayyad

2.3%

Mohammed Dahlan

2.3%

Mustafa Barghouti

1.8%

Ahmad Sa’adat

1.7%

Yasser Arafat

1.3%

Sa’eb Erakat

1.2%

Khaled Meshal

1.1%

Mahmoud Assahar

1.1%

Others

7.4%

Don’t trust anyone

27.4%

No answer

3.5%

Which political or religious Palestinian faction do you trust the most? (Jerusalem Media & Communications, November 2007)

Fatah

40.0%

Hamas

19.7%

PFLP

2.8%

Islamic Jihad

2.3%

Others

2.5%

Other Islamic Factions

1.1%

Don’t Trust anyone

26.9%

No answer

4.7%

 

Which government do you favor, the new Fayad government or the previous Hamas-led Cabinet led by Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh? (Palestinian Jerusalem Media and Communications Center, August 2007)

Fayad government
47%
Haniyeh's government
24%
No difference between the government
23%
No answer
6%

For Gaza residents: Which government do you think is performing better, the new Fayad government or the previous Hamas-led Cabinet led by Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh? (Palestinian Jerusalem Media and Communications Center, August 2007)

Fayad government
47%
Haniyeh's government
31%

For Gaza residents: Has your personal security improved or become worse? (Palestinian Jerusalem Media and Communications Center, August 2007)

Improved
44%
Become worse
31%

For Gaza residents: Has the general situation in Gaza improved or become worse? (Palestinian Jerusalem Media and Communications Center, August 2007)

Improved
34%
Become worse
45%

Which party do you support? (Palestinian Jerusalem Media and Communications Center, August 2007)

June 2007
August 2007
Fatah
33%
34%
Hamas
29%
21%

How would you rate your level of concern over the current situation? (Near East Consulting Institute, August 11-14, 2007)

 
Concerned
Those who trust Fateh
90%
Those who trust no faction
83%
Those living in Gaza
80%

Factional Trust(Near East Consulting Institute, August 11-14, 2007)

4/6/06
4/22/06
5/21/06
8/07
9/07
Hamas
39
46.3
42.4
18
23
Fateh
21.1
33.7
33.5
38
38

Which of the following political affiliations do you support? (An-Najah University,)

 
June 21-22, 2007
July 25-27, 2007
November 15-17, 2007
People's Party
0.5%
1.0%
1.1%
Democratic Front
0.5%
1.0%
1.1%
Islamic Jihad
2.1%
2.7%
3.2%
Fateh
36.4%
42.0%
44.3%
Hamas
14.3%
15.1%
13.2%
Fida
0.2%
0.2%
0.4%
Popular Front
3.2%
3.0%
3.7%
Palestinian National Initiative
0.3%
0.6%
0.8%
I am an independent nationalist
7.9%
4.8%
5.7%
I am an independent Islamist
3.2%
3.5%
3.8%
Non of the above
30.6%
25.5%
22.0%
Others
0.8%
0.7%
0.7%

Under the current situation, do you feel that you, your family and your properties are secure? (An-Najah University)

 
June 21-22, 2007
July 25-27, 2007
November 15-17, 2007
January 26-28,2008
Yes
15.8%
17.8%
18.1%
20.5%
To some extent
31.1%
26.5%
30.4%
32.7%
No
52.8%
54.4%
48.3%
45.4%
No opinion/Don't know
0.3%
1.2%
3.2%
1.3%

Are you optimistic or pessimistic towards the general Palestinian condition in the present time? (An-Najah University)

 
June 21-22, 2007
July 25-27, 2007
November 15-17, 2007
January 26-28, 2008
Optimistic
29.7%
28.4%
30.4%
34.0%
Pessimistic
68.8%
68.0%
62.7%
61.3%
No opinion/Don't know
1.5%
3.6%
6.8%
4.7%

Are you worried about your life under the present circumstances? (An-Najah University)

 
June 21-22, 2007
July 25-27, 2007
November 15-17, 2007
January 26-28, 2008
Yes
56.9%
57.9%
57.6%
56.9%
No
42.2%
39.8%
37.4%
40.7%
No opinion/Don't know
0.9%
2.4%
5.0%
3.0%

Do you have fears that what happened in the Gaza Strip may be transferred to the West Bank? (An-Najah University)

 
June 21-22, 2007
July 25-27, 2007
Yes
67.0%
60.8%
No
31.7%
33.4%
No opinion/Don't know
1.3%
5.8%

How do you assess the position of Saudi Arabia towards Hamas after the incidents in Gaza? (An-Najah University, July 25-27, 2007)

Positive
24.1%
Negative
44.4%
No opinion/Don't know
31.5%

How do you assess the position of Saudi Arabia towards Mahmoud Abbas after the incidents in Gaza? (An-Najah University, July 25-27, 2007)

Postive
31.7%
Negative
36.3%
No opinion/Don't know
32.0%

Do you support a confederation between the West Bank and Jordan? (An-Najah University, July 25-27, 2007)

Strongly support
9.8%
Support
38.8%
Reject
26.0%
Strongly reject
13.4%
No opinion/Don't know
12.0%

Now that Hamas is dominating the Gaza Strip, do you think that Qassam Brigades will resume firing rockets from the Gaza Strip towards Israel? (An-Najah University)

 
June 21-22, 2007
July 25-27, 2007
November 15-17, 2007
Yes
37.7%
42.9%
38.5%
No
45.7%
38.6%
45.4%
No opinion/Don't know
16.7%
18.5%
16.1%

Which of the following governments represents you? (An-Najah, November 15-17, 2007)

 
July 25-27, 2007
November 15-17, 2007
Ismail Haniya's government which was destroyed by President Abbas
22.3%
19.3%
Salam Fayyad's government which was formed by President Abbas after declaring a state of emergency
41.3%
45.4%
Neither one of the two governments
29.5%
29.4%
No opinion/Don't know
6.9%
6.0%

Do you think what happened in the Gaza Strip was caused by outside instigation? (An-Najah University)

 
June 21-22, 2007
July 25-27, 2007
Yes
67.3%
58.8%
No
23.3%
27.3%
No opinion/Don't know
9.4%
13.9%

Do you support or reject sending international forces to the West Bank and Gaza Strip? (An-Najah University, July 25-27, 2007)

Support
32.2%
Reject
61.6%
No opinion/Don't know
6.2%

Do you support sending Bader Troops to the West Bank? (An-Najah University, July 25-27, 2007)

Support
41.2%
Reject
48.7%
No opinion
10.1%

Do you support or reject the notion that Palestinian arms should be in the hands of Palestinian security apparatuses, and that any other arms in the hands of other Palestinian men will be considered arms for racketeering business? (An-Najah University)

 
July 25-27, 2007
November 15-17, 2007
January 26-28, 2008
Support
72.4%
68.2%
71.5%
Reject
23.1%
25.9%
25.5%
No opinion/Don't know
4.4%
6.0%
3.0%

Israel gave a commitment to stop pursuing a group of Palestinian "wanted" men in return for handing in their arms to the Palestinian Authority and refraining from fighting with Israel. Do you support or reject the handing in of "wanted" people's arms? (An-Najah, July 25-27, 2007)

Support
27.6%
Reject
65.8%
No opinion/Don't know
6.7%

On a scale of 1-10, what in your opinion, are the priorities of the new government? (An-Najah University)

 
June 21-22, 2007
July 25-27, 2007
November 15-17, 2007
Extending its control over the Gaza Strip
6.1054

5.6

5.9
Restraining the chaotic security situation in the Gaza Strip
7.8204
7.1
7.0
Restoring dialogue between Fateh and Hamas
6.4716
5.5
5.1
Improving the economic conditions
8.2793
7.7
6.9
Paying salaries to the employees
8.5481
8.2
7.4
Rebuilding Palestinian institutions
6.6

Do you think that the government of Salam Fayyad will be able to have control over the Gaza Strip in the near future? (An-Najah University, July 25-27, 2007)

Yes
18.8%
No
26.8%
Maybe
47.9%
No opinion/Don't know
6.5%

Do you think that the government of Salam Fayyad will be capable of ending the state of security chaos in the West Bank? (An-Najah University, July 25-27, 2007)

Yes
31.4%
Maybe
28.9%
No
33.1%
No opinion/Don't know
6.7%

Hamas has declared that it will not recognize the legitimacy of the emergency government that President Mahmoud Abbas formed. Do you support or reject Hamas' decision? (An-Najah University)

 
June 21-22, 2007
July 25-27, 2007
Yes
27.5%
27.2%
No
61.9%
61.4%
No opinion/Don't know
10.7%
11.4%

Do you think that Hamas is capable of managing the life affairs of people in the Gaza Strip? (An-Najah University)

 
June 21-22, 2007
July 25-27, 2007
November 15-17, 2007
Yes
26.4%
26.2%
21.9%
No
65.6%
63.4%
68.0%
No opinion/Don't know
8.0%
10.4%
10.1%

There are those who say that Hamas is endeavoring to create an entity for itself in the Gaza Strip in isolation from the West Bank. What do you think? (An-Najah, )

 
July 25-27, 2007
November 15-17, 2007
True
35.4%
38.4%
Maybe
23.4%
29.9%
Not true
33.4%
25.7%
No opinion/Don't know
7.8%
6.0%

Do you think that what Hamas did was a coup against the Palestinian legitimacy? (An-Najah University)

 
July 25-27, 2007
November 15-17, 2007
Yes
55.6%
59.9%
No
32.5%
28.3%
No opinion/Don't know
11.8%
11.8%

Do you think that the conditions in the Gaza Strip were in a better state before the domination of Hamas? (An-Najah University)

 
June 21-22, 2007
July 25-27, 2007
Yes
34.2%
36.1%
Maybe
20.3%
17.3%
No
39.6%
39.9%
No opinion/Don't know
5.9%
6.7%

Do you think that the security conditions in the Gaza Strip after the dominance of Hamas are--? (An-Najah University )

 
July 25-27, 2007
November 15-17, 2007
Improving
25.6%
17.0%
Deteriorating
49.7%
64.9%
The same
16.4%
12.2%
No opinion/Don't know
8.3%
5.9%

If new PLC elections are conducted, whom would you vote for? (An-Najah University)

 
July 25-27, 2007
November 15-17,2007
Hamas bloc
40.6%
11.8%
Fatah bloc
12.2%
40.6%
A bloc from leftist organizations
2.4%
3.4%
Independent Islamist bloc
9.8%
4.7%
I will not participate in the elections
25.4%
18.8%
No opinion/Don't know
9.6%
9.8%

In case new legislative elections are held, will you participate in these elections? (An-Najah, July 25-27, 2007)

Yes
57.3%
Maybe
11.8%
No
28.4%
No opinion/Don't know
2.5%

Do you support or reject conducting piecemeal legislative elections, i.e. conducting elections first in the West Bank and when circumstances permit conducting them in the Gaza Strip? (An-Najah, July 25-27, 2007)

Strongly support
11.5%
Support
31.5%
Reject
35.9%
Strongly reject
15.9%
No opinion/Don't know
5.2%

Do you think that the PA is capable at the present time of conducting legislative elections in the Gaza Strip the same way it is in the West Bank? (An-Najah, July 25-27, 2007)

Yes
18.4%
Maybe
18.8%
No
57.9%
No opinion/Don't know
4.9%

Do you think that conducting early elections form a coup against the last elections conducted one and a half years ago? (An-Najah, July 25-27, 2007)

Yes
36.4%
Maybe
15.1%
No
42.0%
No opinion/Don't know
6.5%

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