Israeli online daily Haaretz reported that The GeoCartographia Research Institute conducted a public pull, which was commissioned by the Army Radio, showing that 50% of the Israeli public opposes further withdrawal in the West Bank.According to the poll results, 68% of the Israelis believe that the government failed to meet the needs of the evacuated settlers.
46% believe that the implementation of the pullout plan had caused a gap between the Israelis, while 41% said that disengagement is “one more event”.
When asked to classify the violent clashes that erupted as the army evacuated the illegal Amouna outpost in the West Bank, 44% of the respondents classified it as “one more event”, and 41% described it as a “rift”.
Also, 61% of the respondents said that the evacuation of 21 settlements in the Gaza Strip and 4 in the West Bank had improved Israel’s relations with other countries, especially Europe.
41% of the respondents said that they are in favor of a further withdrawal, of these 23% said that they favor a unilateral pullout because they felt that “Israel has no Palestinian partner for peace”.
18% said they support a withdrawal that will improve the conditions for reaching a future peace deal with the Palestinians.