Survey Results: State of Israel Being 'Alone' on the World

Padang survey published by Tel Aviv University Peace Index says that 56 percent of Israeli Jews believe the whole world's fight against Israel.

The survey, conducted jointly by the Evens Program for Conflict Resolution at Tel Aviv University and the Israel Democracy Institute, also found that 54 percent of Jews view Israel as a 'alone in the world community,' the Jerusalem Post reported on Thursday (19 / 8).

The survey also found that 77 percent of Jewish respondents also believe that they do not care what Israel did and how it relates to the Palestinian issue, the opinion of the world that continues to be critical of Israel.

Contrary to popular Jewish public opinion, most Israeli Arabs, 75 percent, do not agree that the whole world against the Israeli regime.

In addition, a small Israeli Arab citizens, about 51 percent, do not believe the Zionist regime of Israel's isolation in the world.

On issues of foreign policy, 66 percent of Israeli Jews give the title to Tel Aviv as a government that failed.

Arab citizens of Israel, according to exit polls, it does not agree, with 44 percent giving Tel Aviv as a ruler with good or very good value.

The survey also showed that both Jewish and Arab respondents believe Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has exacerbated the status of Israel in the international community. (FQ / prtv)


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