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Israelis Surveyed Say No to Ceasefire Majority Still Don’t Know or Against Ground Operation

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November 18, 2012

Survey of Israelis about Pillar of Defense Gaza by iPanel MillwardBrown as of now (11/18/12).

Should Israel agree to a cease fire?
16%      Yes
73%      No
11%      No Opinion

Do you support a ground operation?
46%   Yes
32%  Against
22%  Don't Know

Currently one-in-six Israelis are for a ceasefire, which matches the opinion of this blogger.

Update 11/19/12: 6th day sees an increase of one-in-four Israelis for a ceasefire.

 

Pini Herman, PhD. has served as Asst. Research Professor at the University of Southern California Dept. of Geography,  Adjunct Lecturer at the USC School of Social Work,  Research Director at the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles following Bruce Phillips, PhD. in that position (and author of the “most recent” 15 year old study of the LA Jewish population which was the third most downloaded study from Berman Jewish Policy Archive in 2011) and is a past President of the Movable Minyan a lay-lead independent congregation in the 3rd Street area. Currently he is a principal of Phillips and Herman Demographic Research. To email Pini: pini00003@gmail.com To follow Pini on Twitter:

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