A survey conducted by the Beit Sahour based Palestine Center for Public Opinion gives the world a glimpse into the Palestinian view of "peace".
Only 31 % of Gazans interviewed and 14% in the West Bank still support a two state solution. 66% of Palestinians interviewed in the West Bank felt that "regaining control of historical Palestine" from the "river to the sea" was their priority. In Gaza, the percent was slightly lower.
The Western pipe-dream of a one-state solution in which Arabs and Jews would share equal rights was supported by 9% of Gazans, and 11% of those in the West Bank.
The survey consisted of face-to-face interviews among a representative sample of 500 West Bankers and 500 Gazans, taken from January 23-February 11, 2020.
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