U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, Israeli Justice Minister Tzipi Livni, and Palestinian Chief Negotiator Saeb Erekat address reporters on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict negotiations at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., on July 30, 2013. Credit: State Department.
(JNS.org) About 80 percent of respondents in a new poll conducted by New Wave
Research for Israel Hayom said
Israeli-Palestinian conflict negotiations would not produce a permanent peace
agreement to end the conflict.
About 6 percent of the 500 respondents, who were Israeli Jews ages 18
and up, said a peace agreement would be reached, and 14 percent did not express
on opinion on the result of Israeli-Palestinian conflict talks.
The poll indicates that Israeli Jews are growing more skeptical about
negotiations as they progress. For a similar Israel Hayom poll in July, 73 percent of respondents said an
agreement to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would not be reached through the
current U.S.-brokered negotiations.