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Correction to poll results

Reader comment on item: Jordan to the West Bank, Egypt to Gaza: The Three-State Solution

Submitted by Simcha-Yitzchak Lerner (United States), Sep 11, 2009 at 15:47

In the poll results quoted in the Feb. 4, 2009 update, there was mentioned an inferred but unpublished opinion that "21.1% [supported a] Return to the negotiation table with Israel".

First off, the total unreported opinions were 12.1%, not 21.1%. Aside from this simple typing error, a more basic error is the unproved assumption that all unreported opinions supported this option.

In any case, it is very clear that any chance for a two state "solution" is long dead, and that Israel should stop dreaming of the impossible and start planning on dealing with the reality that they face.

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