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What Do Israelis Think about Negotiations, Threats, and Barack Obama? - Panel 1

A new national survey of Israelis, commissioned by the New America Foundation, reveals a very different picture from the narrative that has taken hold regarding Israeli attitudes toward President Obama and American efforts to resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict. Despite repeated media reports touting a "4 percent Obama approval rating", Israelis actually demonstrate a much more nuanced and supportive view of President Obama. Indeed, what comes to light is solid backing for an American-sponsored final status agreement along the lines of where the parties left off nine years ago at Taba. Moreover, the survey shows that Prime Minister Netanyahu has a great deal of political leeway -- including within his own Likud party -- with which to sign a peace agreement with the Palestinians.
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