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    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 1‎ 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2003-07)
      This poll undertakes issues as diversified as the Road Map, the Ceasefire ‎‎(Hodna) declaration, the performance of Palestinian institutions, the ‎parliamentary elections (PLC) and the political affiliation of people.‎
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 2‎ 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2003-09)
      The period between July 20, 2003 and Sept. 9, 2003 witnessed several ‎developments on the ‎Palestinian arena. Among these developments are ‎the collapse the ceasefire which was declared ‎by the Palestinian factions ‎and ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 3‎ 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2003-11)
      The period between Sept. 14, 2003 and Nov. 15, 2003 witnessed several ‎developments on the ‎Palestinian political arena. Among these was the ‎formation of a wide government at the end of ‎the legal period given to ‎the ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 4‎ 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2004-01)
      The period prior to this poll witnessed many developments on the ‎Palestinian political arena. ‎Among these were the Cairo dialogue among ‎Palestinian factions which did not lead to an agreed-‎upon work program ‎shared by ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 5 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2004-03)
      The Israeli Government revealed an intention to pull out from Gaza as a ‎part of a more ‎comprehensive unilateral disengagement plan. Thus, ‎Israel in an undeclared manner, abandons ‎the Road Map while the ‎Palestinian ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. ‎6 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2004-05)
      Despite the fact that the Likud Party voted against the implementation of ‎the Unilateral ‎Disengagement Plan, The US Administration declared that ‎it still supports it. The US President ‎pronounced his support to the ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 7 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2004-07)
      The Egyptian Government made an initiative to the Palestinian ‎Authority aiming at putting things in order after the proposed Israeli ‎pullout from the settlements in the Gaza Strip. While the Palestinian ‎Authority welcomed ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 8 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2004-09)
      The Occupied Palestinian Territories witnessed, in the period preceding ‎this poll, an Israeli ‎escalation in the military operations; the Israeli army ‎continued the destruction, the closures and ‎the killing of Palestinian ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 9‎ 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2004-11)
      After successive negations by top Palestinian officials of the news ‎reporting a deterioration of ‎Arafat’s health, he was taken‏ ‏to a military ‎hospital in Paris for a possible diagnosis that would ‎reveal the nature of ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 10 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2005-01)
      Within an international and local attention paid to Palestinian ‎presidential elections, the candidates ‎launched their campaigns which are ‎basically focusing on the adherence to Palestinian basic ‎demands which ‎are ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 11‎ 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2005-03)
      There has been a revival of local, national and international diplomatic ‎activities since the ‎inauguration of Mahmoud Abbas as the President of ‎the Palestinian Authority to reactivate the ‎Palestinian – Israeli ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 12 

      Unknown author (2005-05)
      One hundred days have elapsed since Mahmoud Abbas was elected ‎President of the Palestinian ‎Authority. A period during which he was ‎able to reach an agreement with the Palestinian factions ‎to declare a truce ‎with the ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 13 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2005-07)
      As the time for the intended Israeli pull out from the Gaza Strip ‎approaches, the Palestinian ‎Authority has begun intensive movements to ‎rearrange the local Palestinian conditions in ‎anticipation of the aftermath ‎of ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 14 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2005-09)
      Despite the fact that the Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza Strip was a ‎unilateral move made by the ‎Israelis without any coordination with the ‎Palestinians, there goes a debate among Palestinians ‎concerning the ‎motives ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 15 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2005-11)
      The explosion that took place in Jabalia refugee camp on Sep. 23 ‎during a military parade organized ‎by Hamas celebrating the Israeli ‎withdrawal from the Gaza Strip. The explosion took the lives of 20 ‎‎citizens.‎ The ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 16 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2005-12)
      The immanent legislative council elections which are scheduled to be held ‎on the 25th of January ‎‎06, occupy the attention of the Palestinian public. ‎There is an ongoing debate concerning the ‎number of persons, the ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 17‎ 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2006-01)
      The Elections Court approved the reopening of the chance of candidacy ‎for six hours. Through the ‎granted period, Fateh was able to unite the ‎two lists into one. The total number of lists running for ‎the legislative ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 18‎ 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2006-01)
      All electoral lists and candidates launched their campaigns from sites of ‎significance for these lists ‎and candidates in the West Bank and the Gaza ‎Strip. Candidates, then, started presenting their ‎programs in all ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 25 

      Unknown author (An-Najah National University/ Opinion Polls and Survey Studies Unit, 2006-01)
      President Mahmoud Abbas declared his intention to conduct early ‎Presidential and Legislative ‎elections after the wavering of the ‎negotiations on the formation of a unity government. Prime ‎Minister ‎rejected the early ...
    • Palestinian Public Opinion Polls No. 19 

      Unknown author (2006-03)
      After the remarkable winning of The Reform and Change block of more ‎that half of the seats of the ‎Legislative Council, President Mahmoud ‎Abbas asked Hamas to form the new Palestinian ‎government. Earlier, ‎Israel and ...