Poll: Majority of Israelis support two-state solution

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December 18, 2012 11:13

 
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A clear majority of Israelis believe that Israel will remain a Jewish and democratic state for the next twenty years, a survey conducted by the Smith Institute showed on Monday.

According to the survey, 58% of Israelis believe Israel will remain a Jewish, democratic state, should the state borders be fixed along the route of the West Bank security barrier alongside a demilitarized Palestinian state.

A majority of 62% of the Israeli public support the principle of "two states for two peoples," whilst a large majority (78%) are concerned about the possibility that Israel will become a bi-national state.

The survey was conducted among 500 respondents from a representative sample of the adult Jewish population in Israel.

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