49% of respondents think Israel should attack Iranian nuclear facilities, even without Washington’s approval

The Israel Democracy Institute published a survey on Sunday that showed that only 32 percent of Jewish Israelis support a two-state solution which contradicts Prime Minister Yair Lapid’s statement in his recent UN speech that the majority of Israelis are in favor of this move. 

According to the survey that was conducted on the eve of the Jewish New Year, 36 percent of Israelis do not think that the next government should advance a two-state solution to resolve the Palestinian conflict, compared to 50 percent in February 2021. 

The poll also showed a high disparity between Jewish Israelis (31 percent) and Arab Israelis (60 percent) on this matter.... Read More: i24