Poll #1: Smith conducted a poll of 500 people with a 4.5% margin of error that was broadcast by Reshet Bet Radio on December 30th 2016. The poll was conducted on 28 December 2016, the day of the Kerry Speech.

 

Which of the following three options to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is acceptable to you?

39% Annex all of the territory to Israel. One state for two peoples.

31% Annex the settlement blocks and create a Palestinian State in the other territories. Including eastern Jerusalem.

30% Two states for two peoples. Division based on 1967 lines. Temple Mount under Palestinian sovereignty. Western Wall under Israeli sovereignty.

 

Jewish voters: 40% Support 1 State vs 27% that support 2 States.

Arab voters: Great majority for 2 States.

 

Shas voters: About 80% support for 1 State

Bayit Yehudi voters: 62% 1 State, 28% Settlement Blocks, 10% 2 States

Likud voters: 51% 1 State, 29% Settlement Blocks, 20% 2 States

Yesh Atid voters: 42% 2 States, 33% Settlement Blocks, 25% 1 State

Zionist Union voters: 47% 2 States, 46% Settlement Blocks, 8% 1 State

Joint List voters: 87% support 2 States.

 

Is the response of Benjamin Netanyahu to the UNSC decision such as cancelling official visits and imposing sanctions against certain countries, among other things, acceptable to you or not acceptable?

56% Acceptable (34% Pretty acceptable, 23% Very acceptable), 44% Not Acceptable (23% Not very acceptable, 20% Not at all acceptable)

 

Jewish voters: 60% Acceptable.

Arab voters: Majority answered not acceptable.

 

Bayit Yehudi and Shas voters – About 90% Acceptable

Likud voters: 77% Acceptable, 23% Not Acceptable

Yisrael Beitenu and Kulanu voters: About 64% Acceptable, 36% Not Acceptable

Zionist Union voters: 82% Not Acceptable, 18% Acceptable

Meretz and Joinst List voters: Almost everyone answered Not Acceptable.

 

Please grade each one of the following ten ministers on a 1-10 scale based on how well they are doing their job, with 10 being highest and 1 the lowest (same poll conducted in August):

1st 6.46 (6.29) – Health Minister Yaakov Litzman (UTJ) – (9% no opinion)

Bayit Yehudi voters: 7.58, Likud voters: 6.7, Zionist Union voters: 5.91, Yesh Atid voters 5.66

 

2nd 6.14 (5.71) – Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz (Likud) – (11% no opinion)

Likud voters: 6.65, Bayit Yehudi voters: 6.64, Zionist Union voters: 5.55, Yesh Atid voters 5.37

 

3rd 5.80 (5.09) – Homeland Security Minister Gilad Erdan (Likud) – (13% no opinion)

Likud voters: 6.65, Bayit Yehudi voters: 6.6, Yesh Atid voters 5.29, Zionist Union voters: 4.75

 

4th 5.72 (5.51) – Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked (Bayit Yehudi) – (11% no opinion)

Bayit Yehudi voters: 7.74, Likud voters: 6.67, Yesh Atid voters 4.98, Zionist Union voters: 3.77

 

5th 5.38 (5.06) – Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman (Yisrael Beitenu) (10% no opinion)

Bayit Yehudi voters: 6.23, Likud voters: 6.14, Yesh Atid voters 5.11, Zionist Union voters: 4.16

 

6th 5.30 (5.36) – Education Minister Naftali Bennett (Bayit Yehudi) (6% no opinion)

Bayit Yehudi voters: 7.58, Likud voters: 6.35, Yesh Atid voters 4.12, Zionist Union voters: 3.56

 

7th 5.15 (4.66) – Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Likud) (5% no opinion)

Likud voters: 7.24, Bayit Yehudi voters: 7.0, Yesh Atid voters 2.9, Zionist Union voters: 2.6

 

8th 5.13 (4.84) – Culture and Sport Minister Miri Regev (Likud) (8% no opinion)

Bayit Yehudi voters: 6.89, Likud voters: 6.84, Yesh Atid voters 3.74, Zionist Union voters: 2.71

 

9th 5.06 (4.74) – Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon (Kulanu) (7% no opinion)

Bayit Yehudi voters: 5.8, Likud voters: 5.67, Zionist Union voters: 4.53, Yesh Atid voters 4.33

 

10th 4.59 (3.92) – Interior Minister Aryeh Deri (Shas) (14% no opinion)

Bayit Yehudi voters: 5.2, Likud voters: 5.15, Zionist Union voters: 3.7, Yesh Atid voters 3.67

 

*Other ministers were not polled

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