Poll: 92 percent of Jewish Israelis - low chance for peace deal

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
April 8, 2014 10:12

 
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Only seven percent of Jewish Israelis believe there is a strong chance of US Secretary of State John Kerry reaching an agreement between Israel and the Palestinians in upcoming months, according to a poll sponsored by the Israel Democracy Institute (IDI) and Tel Aviv University.

The monthly Peace Index poll was taken last week on Sunday and Monday, before Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas turned to United Nations institutions and diplomatic talks broke down amid mutual recriminations.

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