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Submitted by Anon (Israel), Aug 7, 2017 at 17:04

"Confirming this point, note the dramatic change in attitudes over just two years. Asked if two states means the "end the conflict" or whether it must continue "until all of historic Palestine is liberated," West Bankers vote 35 to 55 percent in favor of continued conflict, while Gazans vote 47 to 44 percent in favor of resolution. "

What does "35 to 55" signify? 35 today vs 55 two years ago or vice versa or perhaps something else? If the Gazan vote two years ago was 2-1 in favor of destroying Israel then what do the figures "47 to 44" mean?


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Title Commenter Date Thread
Abbas needs to go [26 words]Jon PurizhanskyAug 10, 2017 12:48240447
2Polls Mean Nothing, Ignore Reality [68 words]Gary SackAug 8, 2017 14:30240420
Once again Dr. Pipes is right on target. [103 words]Michael RosenbergAug 7, 2017 18:46240416
This part is unclear: [101 words]AnonAug 7, 2017 17:04240412
Rejectionism [55 words]allan enkinAug 7, 2017 14:21240410
2It is time to evict all Arabs out of Israel those who create terror, violence, riot and attack Jews. [587 words]YJ DraimanAug 7, 2017 13:23240409

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