Poll: Israelis split over US involvement in peace process

By GIL STERN STERN SHEFLER
June 27, 2012 18:36

 
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Israelis are divided over whether US involvement in the Middle East peace process has had a positive or negative impact, according to a study released on Wednesday.

About a third of respondents who took part in a poll commissioned by B'nai Brith World Center on Contemporary Israeli Attitudes Toward Diaspora Jewry said Washington has impeded progress, a third said it has facilitated it and another third said they did not know.

The Internet survey was conducted by KEEVOON Research on June 20 with 507 Israeli Jews age 18 or older. The a margin of error is about 4.5 percent.

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