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Israeli Public Opinion Polls: Peace Index Polls

(Updated June 2017)

What is your position on holding peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority?
(Peace Index - December 2011; April 2012; October 2013; September 2014; November 2015; December 2016; May 2017)

 
 

Strongly Favor

Moderately Favor

Moderately Oppose

Strongly Oppose

Don't Know

General Public 2011

28.4%

39.1%

18.4%

11.4%

2.8%

2012

30.0%

40.6%

13.8%

11.9%

3.6%

2013

32.2%

33.0%

17.3%

13.7%

3.8%

2014

31.3%

26.0%

14.3%

23.2%

5.3%%

2015

30.6%

31.2%

17.4%

15.7%

5%

2016

28.5%

34.1%

14.5%

15.4%

7.4%

2017

30.8%

32.5%

17.6%

12.9%

6.3%

 
 

Strongly Favor

Moderately Favor

Moderately Oppose

Strongly Oppose

Don't Know

Jews 2011

29.1%

39.1%

16.5%

12.2%

3.1%

2012

30.0%

40.1%

13.3%

12.3%

4.3%

2013

25.1%

35.2%

19.1%

16.1%

4.4%

2014

27.8%

26.0%

14.3%

24.7%

5.7%

2015

24.8%

35.7%

18.9%

17.2%

3.5%

2016

24.2%

36.9%

15.9%

15.3%

7.7%

2017

28.3%

33.6%

18.9%

12.0%

7.1%

 
 

Strongly Favor

Moderately Favor

Moderately Oppose

Strongly Oppose

Don't Know

Arabs 2011

24.4%

38.9%

28.9%

6.7%

1.1%

2012

30.0%

43.3%

16.7%

10.0%

--

2013

67.3%

21.8%

8.2%

1.7%

1.0%

2014

53.9%

16.8%

14.4%

12.8%

2.2%

2015

59.7%

9.0%

10.0%

8.2%

13.1%

2016

50.2%

20.2%

7.6%

16.2%

5.8%

2017

43.3%

26.8%

10.7%

17.2%

2.1%

Do you believe that negotiations between Israel & the Palestinian Authority will lead to peace in the coming years?
(Peace Index - December 2011;April 2012; October 2013; September 2014; November 2015; December 2016; May 2017)

 
 

Strongly Believe

Somewhat Believe

Somewhat Don't Believe

Don't Believe at All

Don't Know

General Public 2011

5.8%

22.2%

32.1%

38.8%

1.2%

2012

7.4%

24.3%

33.8%

33.3%

1.4%

2013

6.7%

22.8%

24.8%

43.7%

2.0%

2014

8.8%

18.0%

17.9%

52.6%

2.8%

2015

6.2%

18.3%

28.7%

44.4%%

2.3%

2016

28.5%

34.1%

14.5%

15.4%

7.4%

2017

5.9%

22.7%

32.1%

36.2%

3.1%

 
 

Strongly Believe

Somewhat Believe

Somewhat Don't Believe

Don't Believe at All

Don't Know

Jews 2011

6.0%

23.3%

31.3%

38.6%

0.8%

2012

7.5%

24.3%

35.0%

31.9%

1.2%

2013

5.0%

20.4%

25.5%

47.6%

1.5%

2014

7.8%

16.5%

17.9%

55.0%

2.7%

2015

4.6%%

16.5%

31.1%

46.6%

1.2%

2016

5.1%

23.0%

35.4%

34.0%

2.6%

2017

4.9%

22.7%

35.0%

34.3%

3.0%

 
 

Strongly Believe

Somewhat Believe

Somewhat Don't Believe

Don't Believe at All

Don't Know

Arabs 2011

4.4%

15.6%

36.7%

40.0%

3.3%

2012

6.7%

24.4%

36.7%

40.0%

2.2%

2013

15.4%

34.9%

20.8%

24.6%

4.3%

2014

15.0%

27.6%

17.9%

36.7%

2.9%

2015

14.4%

27.5%

16.7%

33.3%

8.1%

2016

11.4%

30.3%

10.8%

46.1%

1.4%

2017

10.8%

22.5%

17.6%

45.7%

3.4%

In your opinion, from today’s perspective was various Israeli governments’ policy of building settlements in Judea and Samaria wise or unwise in terms of Israel’s national interest?
(The Peace Index, May 2017)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Very wise

27.2%

12.5%

24.7%

Moderately wise

23.6%

7.9%

21.0%

Moderately unwise

22.5%

9.7%

20.4%

Not wise at all

18.6%

58.9%

25.3%

Don't know/decline to answer

8.1%

11.0%

8.6%

In your opinion, is the claim that the settlements are an obstacle to peace with the Palestinians right or not right?​​​​​​​
(The Peace Index, May 2017)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Not right at all

33.9%

14.8%

30.7%

Moderately not right

21.9%

15.2%

20.8%

Moderately right

22.7%

8.9%

20.4%

Very right

15.5%

59.1%

22.7%

Don't know/decline to answer

6.0%

2.0%

5.4%

In your opinion, could or could not the involvement of Arab states such as Saudi Arabia help in reaching a permanent Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement?​​​​​​​
(The Peace Index, May 2017)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

I'm sure it could

12.3%

7.4%

11.5%

I think it could

42.9%

27.7%

40.3%

I think it could not

25.4%

22.5%

24.9%

I'm sure it could not

10.1%

38.6%

14.8%

Don't know/decline to answer

9.4%

3.7%

8.4%

What, in your opinion, are the chances that President Trump will succeed in the coming months to bring the two sides—Israel and the Palestinians—back to peace negotiations?
(The Peace Index, May 2017)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Very high chances

5.4%

7.5%

5.7%

Moderately high chances

31.9%

7.5%

27.8%

Moderately low chances

41.3%

27.8%

39.1%

Very low chances

17.8%

52.1%

23.5%

Don't know/decline to answer

3.6%

5.0%

3.9%

What, in your opinion, are the chances of reaching an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement under Trump's auspices in the next year or two?
(The Peace Index, May 2017)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Very high chances

0.1%

9.7%

1.7%

Moderately high chances

11.9%

10.0%

11.6%

Moderately low chances

46.7%

19.3%

42.1%

Very low chances

35.3%

56.9%

38.9%

Don't know/decline to answer

6.0%

4.2%

5.7%

If Israeli elections are held soon, will you vote for the same party you voted for in the elections two years ago?
(The Peace Index, March 2017)
 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

I'm sure I will not

12.7%

20.6%

14.0%

I think I will not

17.3%

5.0%

15.2%

I think I will

28.9%

10.1%

25.8%

I know I will

28.3%

43.6%

30.9%

Don't know/decline to answer

12.8%

20.7%

14.1%

If Israeli elections are held soon, which government will you want to take office after them?
(The Peace Index, March 2017)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Right-wing

34.4%

8.7%

30.1%

Center-right

35.7%

6.7%

30.9%

Center-left

21.6%

16.9%

20.8%

Left-wing

2.3%

41.2%

8.8%

Don't know/decline to answer

5.9%

26.5%

9.4%

In your opinion, will President Trump enable or not enable the Israeli government to build new settlements?
               (Peace Index, March 2017)

 

Israeli Jews

Israeli Arabs

General Public

I'm sure he will enable
it to do so

6.8%

53.3%

14.6%

I think he will enable
it to do so

47.8%

23.4%

43.7%

I think he will not enable
it to do so

29.1%

7.4%

25.5%

I'm sure he will not enable
it to do so

5.8%

6.3%

5.9%

Don't know

10.4%

9.5%

10.3%

In your opinion, to what extent is solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict currently a central issue on President Trump’s agenda?
 (Peace Index, March 2017)

 

Israeli Jews

Israeli Arabs

General Public

Not central at all

23.8%

52.9%

28.6%

Not so central

54.8%

16.4%

48.4%

Moderately central

16.8%

10.2%

15.7%

Very central

1.3%

12.9%

3.3%

No answer/don't know

3.3%

7.5%

4.0%


In your opinion, under Trump’s administration will Israel be able to keep building in the settlements?
 (Peace Index, December 2016)
 

Israeli Jews

Israeli Arabs

General Public

I'm sure it will be

16.7%

60.1%

23.9%

I think it will be

54.4%

20.1%

48.7%

I think it will not be

14.6%

1.9%

12.5%

I'm sure it will not be

2.6%

9.1%

3.7%

Don't know

11.7%

8.8%

11.3%


In the wake of the Security Council’s condemnatory resolution, in your opinion should or should not Israel cease the construction in the territories?
 (Peace Index, December 2016)
 

Israeli Jews

Israeli Arabs

General Public

I'm sure it should not

35.8%

11.5%

31.8%

I think it should not

26.3%

8.1%

23.3%

I think it should

13.6%

9.2%

12.9%

I'm sure it should

15.6%

61.8%

23.3%

Don't know

8.6%

9.4%

8.8%


In your opinion, did the condemnatory UN Security Council resolution on Israeli settlement construction in the territories stem mainly from hostility toward Israel or from a principled position on the issue in keeping with international law?
 (Peace Index, December 2016)
 

Israeli Jews

Israeli Arabs

General Public

Hostility towards Israel

52.9%

14.5%

46.5%

Principled position on the issue keeping with international law

28.5%

52.2%

32.4%

Both to the same degree

8.9%

4.9%

8.3%

Neither

.8%

8.2%

2%

No answer/don't know

8.9%

20.2%

10.8%


With the start of 2017, do you feel optimistic or pessimistic about your personal future?
 (Peace Index, December 2016)
 

Israeli Jews

Israeli Arabs

General Public

Very optimistic

20.7%

47.9%

25.2%

Somewhat optimistic

49.2%

28.8%

45.8%

Neither optimistic or pessimistic

15.9%

12.1%

15.3%

Somewhat Pessimistic

8.9%

5.4%

8.3%

Very Pessimistic

3.4%

3.9%

3.5%

No answer/don't know

1.9%

1.9%

1.9%


In the Israeli-Palestinian sphere, is U.S. president-elect Trump, in your opinion...?
 (Peace Index, November 2016)
 

Israeli Jews

Israeli Arabs

General Public

More in favor of Israel

48.5%

59.7%

50.3%

More in favor of the Palestinians

1.3%

1.1%

1.3%

Neutral

21.6%

13.8%

20.3%

Not in favor of either

6.8%

3.6%

6.3%

No answer/don't know

21.8%

21.8%

21.8%


And what, in your opinion, will the new U.S. administration do regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the next two or three years?
 (Peace Index, November 2016)
 

Israeli Jews

Israeli Arabs

General Public

Not intervene in the conflict

21.6%

32.1%

23.3%

Try to persuade both sides to compromise

47.2%

42.2%

46.4%

Pressure both sides to reach an agreement

17.2%

22.4%

18.1%

No answer/don't know

14.1%

3.3%

12.3%


Some fear that Trump’s election will lead to a rise in antisemitism in the U.S. In your opinion, is this fear justified?
 (Peace Index, November 2016)
 

Israeli Jews

Israeli Arabs

General Public

Very justified

4.6%

11.9%

5.8%

Moderately justified

26.3%

19.8%

25.2%

Not so justified

35.6%

7.8%

30.9%

Not justified at all

19.1%

49.7%

24.2%

No answer/don't know

14.4%

10.7%

13.8%


Ron Dermer, Israeli ambassador to the U.S., recently said that “Israel has no doubt that President-elect Trump is a true friend of Israel…. We look forward to working… with all of the members of the Trump administration… and making the U.S.-Israel alliance stronger than ever.” In your opinion, is good cooperation likely between the Israeli government and the Trump administration?
 (Peace Index, November 2016)
 

Israeli Jews

Israeli Arabs

General Public

I'm sure it is

25.5%

60.5%

31.3%

I think it is

55.0%

19.2%

49.0%

I think it's not

7.1%

9.2%

7.4%

I'm sure it's not

0.9%

5.5%

1.6%

No answer/don't know

11.6%

5.7%

10.6%


In your opinion, is it desirable or undesirable for Israel to renew the talks on a peace agreement with the Palestinians?
 (Peace Index, October 2016)
 

Israeli Jews

Israeli Arabs

General Public

I'm sure it's desirable

28.2%

52.6%

32.3%

I think it's desirable

37.6%

19.1%

34.5%

I think it's undesirable

17.5%

.9%

14.7%

I know it's undesirable

13.6%

20.5%

14.8%

No answer/don't know

3.1%

6.9%

3.7%

Who, in your opinion, will be elected U.S. president - Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump?
(Peace Index, October 2016)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Trump

25%

21%

24.3%

Clinton

55.4%

56.6%

55.6%

Don't know/refuse

19.5%

22.4%

20%

And which candidate’s election is preferable from Israel’s standpoint?
(Peace Index, October 2016)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Trump

26.5%

10.7%

23.9%

Clinton

41.9%

41.3%

41.8%

Both the same

9.7%

27.5%

12.7%

Neither

4.9%

3.2%

4.6%

Don't know/refuse

16.9%

17.3%

17%

Who do you want to win the U.S. presidential elections in November: Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?
(Peace Index, September 2016)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Trump

34.2%

11.2%

30.4%

Clinton

43.1%

58%

45.6%

Don't know/refuse

22.7%

30.8%

24.1%

Which of the two candidates, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, if elected, will be better from the standpoint of the Israeli government’s policy?
(Peace Index, September 2016)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Trump

38.5%

13.6%

34.3%

Clinton

33.4%

39.8%

34.5%

Both

6.7%

31%

10.8%

Neither

5.2%

--

4.4%

Don't know/refuse

16.2%

15.6%

16.1%

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this sentence: The state of Israel today enables all the citizens of the state, without distinction of age, gender, religion, or nationality, to feel that the state belongs to them equally?
(Peace Index, March 2016)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Don't agree at all

22.3%

47.4%

26.5%

Don't agree that much

34%

13.5%

30.5%

Moderately agree

30.5%

6.1%

26.4%

Strongly agree

10.1%

31.5%

13.6%

Don't know

3.2%

1.6%

2.9%

Are you for or against cooperation between Israel and Turkey in the fight against terror? (Peace Index, March 2016)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Strongly in favor

23.5%

33.9%

25.2%

Moderately in favor

39.9%

28.5%

38%

Moderately against

14%

11.2%

13.5%

Strongly against

10.5%

10.2%

10.5%

Don't know

12.2%

16.2%

12.8%

Do you agree or disagree with the opinion that in order to fight terror effectively, one can ignore human and civil rights? (Peace Index, March 2016)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Strongly agree

19.2%

3%

16.5%

Moderately agree

29.8%

--%

24.8%

Moderately disagree

26.3%

4%

22.6%

Don't agree at all

20.1%

86.1%

31.1%

Don't know

4.6%

3%

5%

(For Jews only) In his weekly lesson, Sephardi chief rabbi Yitzhak Yosef addressed the issue of neutralizing terrorists and said it is a commandment to kill a terrorist who comes at one with a knife. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? (Peace Index, March 2016)

 

Israeli Jews

Don't agree at all

16.1%

Don't agree so much

13.8%

Moderately agree

22.5%

Strongly agree

44%

Don't know

3.6%

After the latest terror attacks, Prime Minister Netanyahu said that worldwide terror and Palestinian terror are the same phenomenon and are fed by the same sources. Others claim that they are two different phenomena: worldwide terror is fed by radical Islam while Palestinian terror is fed by the desire to get free of the Israeli occupation. With which position do you agree more? (Peace Index, March 2016)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

With Netanyahu: they are a single phenomenon fed by the same sources

64%

13.3%

55.6%

Not with Netanyahu: they are two different phenomenon, one fed by radical Islam and one resisting Israel

29.7%

65.2%

35.7%

Don't know

6.2%

21.4%

8.7%

To what extent do you fear that you or one of the people who are important to you will be harmed in the current wave of terror attacks? (Peace Index, March 2016)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Greatly fear

32.7%

47.2%

35.2%

Moderately fear

36.3%

28.9%

35%

Don't fear much

23.4%

10%

21.2%

Don't fear at all

5.5%

12.9%

6.7%

Don't know

2%

1%

1.9%

 

Next year will mark the 50th anniversary of the Six Day War. Some claim that the time has come for Israel to formally annex all the territories conquered in the war that it still holds. Do you support or oppose this?
(Peace Index, January 2016)

 

Israeli Jews 

Strongly support

25%

Somewhat support

20.3%

Somewhat oppose

19.4%

Strongly oppose

25.4%

Don't know

10%

What, in your opinion, are the chances that in the coming years the international community will impose substantial pressures on Israel to put an end to its control of the territories?
(Peace Index, January 2016)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Very high chances

14.6%

4.1%

12.8%

Somewhat high chances

41.2%

18.4%

37.4%

Somewhat low chances

25.7%

49.8%

29.7%

Very low chances

12%

20.3%

13.4%

Don't know

6.5%

7.4%

6.7%

In your assessment, does the international community’s criticism of Israeli policy in the territories take equally into account the national interests of both sides, the Israeli and the Palestinian?
(Peace Index, January 2016)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

I'm sure it does

2.3%

24.3%

6%

I think it does

10.3%

22.7%

12.4%

I think it doesn't

27.8%

13.1%

25.3%

I'm sure it doesn't

54%

25.5%

49.2%

Don't know

5.6%

14.4%

7.1%

Recently the U.S. ambassador told Prime Minister Netanyahu that his country is concerned about Israel’s unequal application of the law toward Jews and Palestinians on the West Bank. In your opinion, does Israel indeed apply the law unequally toward Jews and Palestinians on the West Bank?
(Peace Index, January 2016)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

I'm sure it does

16.3%

68.1%

25%

I think it does

22.9%

9.8%

20.7%

I think it doesn't

24.1%

1.9%

20.4%

I'm sure it doesn't

28.7%

12.4%

26%

Don't know

8%

7.9%

8%

Opposition chairman Isaac (Buji) Herzog recently said, “I want to separate from the Palestinians as much as possible, as quickly as possible” and proposed building a large wall between Jerusalem and the nearby Palestinian villages because, at the moment, there is no partner for peace talks on the other side. Do you agree or disagree with Herzog’s position?
(Peace Index, January 2016)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Strongly agree

21.6%

0%

18%

Moderately agree

27%

6.0%

23.5%

Don't agree so much

23.3%

17.1%

22.3%

Don't agree at all

21%

75%

30%

Don't know

7.1%

1.8%

6.2%

Do you support or not support Mahmoud Abbas and Benjamin Netanyahu holding a meeting within a short time?
(Peace Index, January 2016)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Don't support it at all

17.9%

5.7%

15.9%

Don't support it much

12.2%

4.3%

10.9%

Moderately support it

34.3%

43.1%

35.8%

Strongly support it

32.4%

41.7%

34%

Don't know

3.2%

5.1%

3.5%

In principle, do you support or not support the solution of two states for two peoples?
(Peace Index, December 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Don't support it at all

25.4%

8.5%

22.6%

Don't support it much

17.8%

10.3%

16.5%

Moderately support it

30.4%

48.4%

33.4%

Strongly support it

21.9%

31.5%

23.5%

Don't know

4.5%

1.3%

4.0%

What, in your opinion, are the chances that such a solution will be implemented in the next ten years?
(Peace Index, December 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Very high chances

2.5%

4.4%

2.8%

Moderately high chances

8.5%

10.7%

8.9%

Moderately low chances

41.9%

40.2%

41.6%

Very low chances

42.0%

35.3%

40.9%

Don't know

5.1%

9.3%

5.8%

If, despite the difficulties in recent years, the two-state solution were to reach the stage of implementation, would you then want to see a closed border between the two states with guarded passages and entry permits, or an open border so that people from both sides could pass freely from one state to the other?
(Peace Index, December 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Closed border

67.1%

18.9%

59.1%

Open border

25.1%

80.2%

34.3%

Don't know

7.8%

.9%

6.6%

Do you agree or disagree with the claim that the Jews' historical, religious, and cultural bond to the land and the Palestinians' historical, religious, and cultural bond to the land are equally strong?
(Peace Index, December 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Agree

20.6%

41.3%

24.0%

Disagree: the Palestinians have a stronger bond to the land

1.3%

27.0%

5.6%

Disagree: the Jews have a stronger bond to the land

72.2%

15.9%

62.8%

Don't know

5.8%

15.8%

7.5%

Lately it is often claimed that the Jewish groups committing attacks against Palestinians are marginal groups that represent only a small minority of the national-religious public. Do you agree or disagree with this claim?
(Peace Index, December 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Strongly agree

47.2%

26.5%

43.7%

Moderately agree

26.2%

33.4%

27.4%

Moderately disagree

11.4%

9.4%

11.1%

Strongly disagree

8.0%

16.7%

9.4%

Don't know

7.2%

14.1%

8.3%

Some say Israel is becoming more Jewish and less democratic. To what extent do you agree or disagree with that statement?
(Peace Index, December 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Strongly disagree

27.0%

6.0%

23.5%

Moderately disagree

22.7%

12.7%

21.0%

Moderately agree

26.2%

39.4%

28.4%

Strongly agree

18.4%

26.8%

19.8%

Don't know

5.7%

15.1%

7.3%

In your opinion, with the current state of affairs, should Jews be permitted or prohibited from praying on the Temple Mount?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

I know they should be permitted

30%

1.9%

25.3%

I think they should be permitted

27%

4.8%

23.3%

I don't think they should be permitted

19.1%

6.4%

17%

I am sure they shouldn't be permitted

19.6%

74.7%

28.8%

Don't know

4.3%

12.2%

5.6%

In your opinion, how long can the current state of Israeli-Palestinian relations continue without a peace agreement before a third Intifada erupts?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Up to one year

44.5%

26.1%

41.5%

Two to three years

20.3%

4.9%

17.7%

More than three years

26%

47.8%

29.6%

Don't know

9%

21.2%

11.2%

What, in your opinion, are the chances that if a peace settlement based on the two-state formula is not reached in the near future, the Palestinian leaders will not just threaten to dissolve the Palestinian Authority but actually do so, leaving Israel with the responsibility for governing the Palestinian population of the West Bank?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Very low chances

41.1%

53%

43.1%

Moderately low chances

32.3%

18.3%

29.9%

Moderately high chances

12.9%

10.8%

12.6%

Very high chances

6.1%

2.1%

5.4%

Don't know

7.6%

15.9%

9%

In your opinion, will the international community keep avoiding an intervention even if the current Israeli-Palestinian state of affairs continues, or is a substantial international intervention, aimed at pushing the sides to sign an agreement, likely in the foreseeable future?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Keep avoiding

48.3%

55%

49.4%

Bold intervention likely

41%

28.2%

38.8%

Don't know

10.7%

16.8%

11.8%

Which of the following two possibilities will better ensure, in your opinion, the future of the state of Israel?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Annexing territories, one state

36.3%

22%

34%

Divide land, independent Palestinian state

46.3%

64%

49.2%

Don't know/decline to answer

17.5%

14%

16.8%

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement that the idea of two states for two peoples is dead?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Strongly agree

22.8%

34.3%

24.7%

Moderately agree

23.3%

22.8%

23.2%

Moderately disagree

29.4%

10.6%

26.3%

Strongly disagree

20.6%

24.5%

21.3%

Don't know/decline to answer

3.9%

7.7%

4.6%

In his recent speech to the United Nations General Assembly, Netanyahu again expressed support for the idea of two states for two peoples. In your opinion, is Netanyahu genuinely committed and interested in the two-states-for-two-peoples solution?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

It is a genuine commitment

29.9%

8%

26.3%

It is not a genuine commitment

59.2%

72.5%

61.5%

Don't know/decline to answer

10.8%

19.5%

12.3%

Some claim that because of the extensive Israeli building in the territories and the growth of the settlements, there is no possibility of evacuating most of the Israelis from Judea and Samaria and therefore any agreement that is signed, if it is signed, will have to take into account the fact that at least the large settlement blocs will remain under Israeli sovereignty. What is your opinion on this claim?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews

Israeli Arabs

General Public

Strongly agree

40.4%

26.6%

38.1%

Moderately agree

27.2%

15.6%

25.3%

Moderately disagree

12%

9.4%

11.6%

Strongly Disagree

11.8%

27.8%

14.5%

Don't know

8.6%

20.5%

10.6%

To what extent, in your assessment, is the U.S. administration committed at present to maintaining Israel's security?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Very committed

27.9%

62.9%

33.7%

Moderately committed

38%

16%

34.4%

Not so committed

26.3%

.9%

22.1%

Not committed at all

6%

3.6%

5.6%

Don't know

1.8%

16.6%

4.3%

A year after Operation Protective Edge, in your opinion was Israel's decision to launch the operation right or not right?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Very right

49.5%

6.6%

42.4%

Moderately right

30.6%

4.3%

26.3%

Not so right

9.7%

29.5%

13.0%

Not at all right

5.8%

39.5%

11.4%

Don't know

4.3%

20.1%

7%

In your opinion, how is Prime Minister Netanyahu's campaign to foil the nuclear deal with Iran in the U.S. Congress affecting U.S.-Israeli relations?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Greatly damaging them

17.3%

7.6%

15.7%

Moderately damaging them

30.8%

9.7%

27.3%

Neither damaging nor contributing

36.8%

35%

36.5%

Moderately contributing to them

6.6%

11%

7.3%

Greatly contributing to them

1.7%

4.2%

2.2%

Don't know

6.7%

32.6%

11%

In your opinion, how is Prime Minister Netanyahu's campaign to foil the nuclear deal with Iran in the U.S. Congress affecting Israel's relations with the American Jewish community?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Greatly damaging them

9.6%

4.3%

8.7%

Moderately damaging them

19.7%

7.6%

17.7%

Neither damaging nor contributing

43.4%

30.4%

41.3%

Moderately contributing to them

11.4%

10.7%

11.3%

Greatly contributing to them

5.7%

3.3%

5.3%

Don't know

10.2%

43.6%

15.8%

What, in your opinion, is the chance that the campaign Netanyahu is waging will succeed and the U.S. Congress will not approve the deal?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

No chance

27.4%

10.4%

24.6%

Moderately small chance

36.7%

30.3%

35.6%

Medium chance

21.7%

13.9%

20.4%

Moderately large chance

3.3%

5.5%

3.6%

It will probably succeed

3%

5.7%

3.5%

Don't know

3%

34.3%

12.3%

To what extent are you sure or not sure that Prime Minister Netanyahu is right when he describes the deal as an existential threat to Israel?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Not sure at all

5.8%

18.6%

7.9%

Moderately unsure

18.3%

26.9%

19.7%

Moderately sure he is right

30.2%

17.9%

28.2%

Sure he is right

42.5%

4.3%

36.2%

Don't know

3.2%

32.3%

8%

To what extent, in your opinion, is Hamas currently interested or not interested in keeping the border with Israel quiet?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Not at all interested

31.7%

7.1%

27.6%

Somewhat interested

25.1%

12.1%

22.9%

Moderately interested

28.9%

24.5%

28.1%

Strongly interested

9.8%

11.2%

10.1%

Don't know

4.5%

45%

11.2%

In your opinion, is Hamas currently capable or incapable of controlling the other organizations that are now in Gaza?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

I'm sure it is capable

13%

17.5%

13.8%

I think it is capable

34.1%

20%

31.7%

I think it is incapable

28.9%

10.2%

25.8%

I'm sure it is incapable

17.5%

12%

16.6%

Don't know

6.5%

40.2%

12.1%

Do you support or oppose Israel signing a long-term truce with Hamas, which would include Israel granting Hamas access to a seaport and opening the commercial crossings to Gaza?
(Peace Index, September 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Strongly favor

5.9%

61.6%

15.1%

Moderately favor

19.5%

23.0%

20.1%

Moderately oppose

22.5%

1.9%

19.1%

Strongly oppose

47.3%

3.9%

40.1%

Don't know

4.9%

9.7%

5.7%

What is your opinion of this statement: The countries of the world make demands for moral behavior on Israel that they do not make on other countries that are in situations of conflict?
(Peace Index, May 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Agree

71%

Disagree

29%

How would you describe the state of Israel's relations with the international community?
(Peace Index, May 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Not very good/Not good at all

69%

20.7%

6.8%

Moderately good/Very good

29%

58%

21.2%

In your opinion, what are the chances that a right-wing government will give the green-light for Israel to attack Iranian nuclear facilities, considering the progress made so far between Iran and the P5+1 on a framework for a nuclear agreement?
(Peace Index, April 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Strongly favor

6.5%

8.8%

6.8%

Moderately favor

23.3%

10.7%

21.2%

Moderately oppose

34.5%

35.0%

34.6%

Strongly oppose

24.3%

13.0%

22.4%

Don't know

11.4%

32.6%

14.9%

What is your position on whether, in light of such progress towards a framework agreement, Israel should or should not attack Iran's nuclear facilities by itself?
(Peace Index, April 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

I'm sure it should

11.7%

9.4%

11.3%

I think it should

19.1%

11.0%

17.8%

I don't think it should

32.3%

24.1%

30.9%

I'm sure it should not

27.6%

26.2%

27.4%

Don't know

9.2%

29.3%

12.6%

Are you satisfied or unsatisfied with the results of the recent election?
(Peace Index, March 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Not satisfied at all

28.4%

24.7%

27.8%

Not very satisfied

18.1%

29.7%

20%

Moderately satisfied

24.8%

18.2%

23.7%

Very satisfied

25.9%

6%

22.6%

Don't know/decline to answer

2.8%

21.5%

5.9%

If elections were held again today, would you vote for the same party again?
(Peace Index, March 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

I'm sure I would

83.6%

73.4%

81.9%

I think I would

9.6%

1.9%

8.3%

I don't think I would

1.8%

3.6%

2.1%

I'm sure I wouldn't

3.7%

2.2%

3.4%

Don't know/decline to answer

1.4%

18.9%

4.3%

Before the elections Prime Minister Netanyahu said that so long as he was prime minister no Palestinian state would be established. After the elections he said he was not retracting what he had said in his Bar-Ilan speech, in which he supported the two-states-for-two-peoples solution. In your opinion, does Netanyahu sincerely support or not support the two-states-for-two-peoples solution?
(Peace Index, March 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Supports it

12.8%

28.7%

15.5%

Supports it but thinks it can't work in the forseeable future

22.1%

18.2%

21.4%

Doesn't support it

51.6%

26.6%

47.5%

Don't know/decline to answer

13.5%

26.5%

15.6%

Given Likud's victory in the elections and the high chances of the forming of a right-wing government that is not committed to promoting a peace agreement that would include the creation of a Palestinian state, what in your opinion are the chances that the Palestinians will launch a Third Intifada?
(Peace Index, March 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Very Low Chances

9.8%

6.7%

9.3%

Moderately Low Chances

30.7%

41.4%

32.5%

Moderately High Chances

35.5%

11.3%

31.5%

Very High Chances

13.6%

19.1%

14.5%

Don't know/decline to answer

10.4%

21.6%

12.3%

On a scale of 1-5, with 1 meaning very poor and 5 meaning very good, what grade would you give the relations at the present time between Israel and the United States?
(Peace Index, March 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

1- very poor

21.7%

6.6%

19.2%

2

20.3%

11%

18.8%

3

36.8%

8.3%

32.1%

4

9.7%

9.5%

9.7%

5- very good

7.5%

50.5%

14.6%

Don't know

3.9%

14%

5.6%

Given the worsening of relations between the Netanyahu-led Israeli government and the Obama-led American administration and the growing Western criticism of Israeli policy on the Palestinian issue, what in your opinion are the chances that the United States and the West will in the near future impose a political settlement on Israel based on the two-states-for-two- peoples solution?
(Peace Index, March 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Very Low Chances

14.5%

13.3%

14.3%

Moderately Low Chances

26.2%

15.5%

24.4%

Moderately High Chances

39.2%

29.2%

37.6%

Very High Chances

14.2%

1.4%

12.1%

Don't know/decline to answer

5.9%

40.7%

11.7%

If an attempt is made to impose a political settlement on Israel from abroad, will Israel be able to withstand it successfully?
(Peace Index, March 2015)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

I'm sure it will be able to

17.6%

4.6%

15.4%

I think it will be able to

35%

13.2%

31.4%

I don't think it will be able to

26.2%

40.7%

28.6%

I'm sure it won't be able to

11.3%

23.2%

13.2%

Don't know/decline to answer

10%

18.3%

11.4%

In your view, did the political situation in Israel justify or not justify dissolving the Knesset and declaring new elections?
(The Peace Index, December 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

I'm sure it justified it

18.6%

40.7%

22.3%

I think it justified it

18.2%

29.7%

20.1%

I think it did not justify it

23.9%

18.7%

23.1%

I'm sure it did not justify it

31.4%

5.9%

27.1%

Don't know/decline to answer

7.9%

4.9%

7.4%

Between the following two issues, which is the issue that will determine which party you vote for in the upcoming elections?
(The Peace Index, December 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Political-Security

32.8%

28.8%

32.1%

Socioeconomics

40.6%

35.6%

39.8%

Both to the same extent

18.0%

11.7%

17.0%

Other/neither

4.7%

11.2%

5.8%

Don't know/decline to answer

3.9%

12.6%

5.4%

Who, in your opinion, is best suited out of all the following individuals to serve as Israel’s next prime minister?
(The Peace Index, December 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Netanyahu

34.4%

8.9%

30.2%

Herzog

17.7%

10.1%

16.5%

Bennett

10.5%

3.3%

9.3%

Kahlon

4.2%

4.9%

4.3%

Liberman

5.3%

2.5%

4.9%

Lapid

2.6%

2.6%

2.6%

Livni

6.3%

10.5%

7.0%

Don't know/decline to answer

18.9%

57.3%

25.3%

In your view, which bloc of parties has the greatest chance to form the government after the upcoming elections?
(The Peace Index, December 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

The right wing bloc

59.8%

18.8%

53.0%

The center-left bloc

24.4%

51.9%

28.9%

Don't know/decline to answer

15.8%

29.4%

18.0%

Which of the following two possibilities would, in your opinion, better ensure the future of the state of Israel?
(The Peace Index, December 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Annexation of the territories and the establishment in the entire territory of one state under Israeli rule

41.0%

29.4%

39.1%

A division of the land and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state beside the state of Israel

43.1%

58.8%

45.7%

Don't know/decline to answer

15.9%

11.8%

15.2%

Recently more and more European parliaments have been calling on their governments to officially recognize the Palestinian state. In your opinion, does recognition of a Palestinian state before a peace agreement has been signed contribute to Israel’s national interest or damage it?
(The Peace Index, December 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Contributes to the Israeli national interest

10.0%

21.1%

11.7%

Damages the Israeli national interest

69.8%

34.3%

63.9%

Does not effect the Israeli national interest

12.9%

23.2%

14.6%

Don't know/decline to answer

7.2%

22.4%

9.8%

In your opinion, to what extent should Israel take into account the United States’ position when it makes decisions on political-security issues?
(The Peace Index, December 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Not at all

18.7%

30.7%

20.7%

Quite little

31.8%

28.6%

31.3%

Quite a lot

30.4%

15.8%

28.0%

A great deal

15.5%

12.8%

15.0%

Don't know/decline to answer

3.6%

12.1%

5.0%

The peace process with the Palestinians is stalled and there is no chance that it will advance in the foreseeable future. What is your opinion on that statement?
(The Peace Index, December 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Strongly Agree

37.3%

19.3%

34.3%

Moderately Agree

23.3%

31.4%

24.7%

Don't agree so much

64.4%

18.5%

16.7%

Don't agree at all

18.5%

20.5%

18.9%

Don't know/decline to answer

4.5%

10.3%

5.5%

Do you intend to vote during the upcoming elections?
(The Peace Index, December 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

I'm sure I will

75.4%

49.2%

71.1%

I think I will

14.1%

12.9%

13.9%

I don't think I will

3.3%

14.3%

5.1%

I know I won't

3.5%

21.3%

6.5%

Don't know/decline to answer

3.7%

2.2%

3.4%

In the current situation, peace is more important to...? 
(The Peace Index, December 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

Reaching peace is more important for Israel

41%

8%

Reaching peace is equally important to both

39%

63%

Reaching peace is more important for the Palestinians

16%

22%

Who is mainly responsible for the stalling of peace talks? 
(The Peace Index, December 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

The Palestinians are responsible for the stalled talks

48%

1%

Both sides are equally responsible for the stalled talks

41%

61%

The Israeli side is responsible for the stalled talks

9%

29%

Do you believe that negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority will bring lasting peace in the future?
(The Peace Index, December 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Yes, these negotiations will bring peace in the future

25%

49%

29%

No, these negotiations will not bring peace in the future

74%

51%

70%

Do you favor peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians at this time?
(The Peace Index, December 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Yes, I am in favor of peace talks

58%

90%

63%

No, I am not in favor of peace talks

39%

9%

34%

At present the Israeli government is not allowing Jews to pray on the Temple Mount so as to prevent frictions with the Muslim world. In your opinion, should the government change or not change this policy and allow prayer by Jews at the site, even if the change leads to bloodshed?
(The Peace Index, November 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

I'm sure the policy should be changed

16.3%

17.2%

16.5%

I think the policy should be changed

22.2%

29.3%

23.4%

I think the policy should not be changed

24.7%

5.9%

21.6%

I'm sure the policy should not be changed

31.2%

28.1%

30.7%

Don't know/decline to answer

5.5%

19.5%

7.9%

Defense Minister Moshe (Boogie) Yaalon decided to bar the Palestinians from riding the buses that residents of the settlements ride. Are you for or against this decision?
(The Peace Index, November 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Strongly in favor

34.0%

14.1%

30.7%

Moderately in favor

21.7%

15.1%

20.6%

Moderately against

14.4%

10.3%

13.7%

Strongly against

20.1%

51.3%

25.3%

Don't know/decline to answer

9.7%

9.1%

9.6%

The ruling of most of the Haredi and national-religious rabbis is that prayer by Jews on the Temple Mount is forbidden before the coming of the Messiah and the rebuilding of the Temple. A few other rabbis think it is already permissible today to pray on the Mount. According to which ruling, in your opinion, should believing Jews act? 
(The Peace Index, November 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

According to the ruling of most of the rabbis that for now Jews should not 
pray on the Temple Mount

46.7%

60.9%

49.0%

According to the minority ruling that Jews can pray at present on the Temple 
Mount

25.6%

9.6%

23.0%

Don't know/decline to answer

27.7%

29.5%

28.0%

In your opinion, at present is there or is there not a chance of reaching a settlement that will be acceptable to both sides in which both Muslims and Jews will be able to pray on the Temple Mount? 
(The Peace Index, November 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

There is at present a chance to reach a settlement

31.3%

28.8%

30.9%

There is no chance because of the Muslim side

30.0%

8.9%

26.5%

There is no chance because of the Jewish side

4.1%

20.8%

6.9%

There is no chance because of both sides

29.1%

33.9%

29.9%

Don’t know/decline to answer

5.5%

7.5%

5.9%

And in the framework of a comprehensive peace agreement, in your opinion is there or is there not a chance of reaching a settlement that would be acceptable to both sides in which both Muslims and Jews would be able to pray on the Temple Mount? 
(The Peace Index, November 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

There is at present a chance to reach a settlement

45.0%

33.9%

43.1%

There is no chance because of the Muslim side

26.2%

24.0%

25.9%

There is no chance because of the Jewish side

1.7%

9.9%

3.0%

There is no chance because of both sides

21.4%

18.7%

21.0%

Don’t know/decline to answer

5.7%

13.5%

7.0%

Recently there have been severe terror attacks by Palestinians against Israelis. Do you think this is the beginning of another widespread, organized intifada or just acts of terror on local initiative?
(The Peace Index, November 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

I think this is the beginning of a widespread, organized intifada

31.8%

23.4%

30.4%

I think these are acts of terror on local initiative

57.8%

31.7%

53.5%

Don't know/decline to answer

10.4%

44.9%

16.1%

Some claim that the right way to prevent such acts of terror is to renew the peace talks. Others think the right way to prevent them is to cease the political contacts for peace. Which way, in your opinion, is more right? 
(The Peace Index, November 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Renewing the peace talks

52.5%

81.2%

57.2%

Ceasing the political contacts for peace

33.1%

5.7%

28.5%

Continuing in the same way

4.6%

6.4%

4.9%

Don't know/decline to answer

9.8%

6.7%

9.3%

How would you define at present the relations between the Israeli government and the U.S. administration headed by President Obama? 
(The Peace Index, November 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Very poor

21.7%

16.4%

20.8%

Moderately poor

47.0%

15.9%

41.8%

Moderately good

26.1%

17.0%

24.6%

Very good

1.7%

33.2%

7.0%

Don’t know/decline to answer

3.6%

17.4%

5.9%

And what about the relations between the Israeli people and the American people?
(The Peace Index, November 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Very poor

3.0%

0%

2.5%

Moderately poor

8.3%

7.7%

8.2%

Moderately good

62.8%

37.8%

58.7

Very good

19.1%

31.4%

21.1%

Don’t know/decline to answer

6.8%

23.0%

9.5%

Who, in your opinion, is more responsible for the ongoing crisis in relations between the Israeli government headed by Netanyahu and the U.S. administration headed by President Obama? 
(The Peace Index, November 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

The Israeli side

29.7%

34.0%

30.4%

The American side

46.6%

9.6%

40.4%

Both sides to the same extent

17.8%

33.0%

20.3%

Don’t know/decline to answer

6.0%

23.5%

8.9%

In Defense Minister Moshe (Boogie) Yaalon’s most recent visit to the United States last week, most of the senior officials in the U.S. administration refused to meet with him because of the critical statements he had made in the past about U.S. secretary of state John Kerry. What is your position on this measure by the Americans?  
(The Peace Index, November 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Very justified

9.6%

12.3%

10.1%

Moderately justified

22.8%

27.6%

23.6%

Not so justified

22.4%

17.5%

21.6%

Not justified at all

38.2%

11.4%

33.8%

Don’t know/decline to answer

6.9%

31.2%

10.9%

In your opinion, what was the main reason that Netanyahu recently gave an order to renew construction in the territories: a real belief that renewing the construction will serve Israel’s national interests, or the desire to strengthen his status with the right wing and the settlers? 
(The Peace Index, November 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

A real belief that renewing construction will serve the Israeli national 
interests

21.8%

13.9%

20.5%

The desire to strengthen his status with the right wing and the settlers 

64.0%

51.9%

62.0%

Both to the same extent

7.9%

18.8%

9.7%

Don’t know/decline to answer

6.3%

15.4%

7.8%

In your opinion, what are the chances that if the crisis in relations continues, U.S.-Israeli relations will deteriorate to the point that the United States is no longer the very close ally of Israel? 
(The Peace Index, November 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

Very high chances

6.9%

7.7%

7.0%

Moderately high chances

16.6%

6.5%

14.9%

Moderately low chances

38.9%

33.2%

37.9%

Very low chances

33.4%

38.9%

34.3%

Don’t know/decline to answer

4.2%

13.7%

5.8%

Recently the Swedish government officially recognized the Palestinian state. Would recognition of a Palestinian state by additional countries in the world, even though there is no peace agreement between the sides, harm or not harm Israel’s national interests? 
(The Peace Index, November 2014)

 

Israeli Jews 

Israeli Arabs 

General Public 

I’m sure it would harm them

27.2%

22.8%

26.5%

I think it would harm them

34.2%

31.4%

33.7%

I think it wouldn’t harm them 

20.9%

24.0%

21.4%

I’m sure it wouldn’t harm them

14.2%

7.9%

13.1%

Don't know/decline to answer 

3.6%

13.9%

5.3%


Sources:The Peace Index