December 4, 2012

Few Israelis Think Gaza Conflict Helped

World Public Opinion, World Public Opinion

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In the aftermath of November's round of fighting with Hamas and other groups in the Gaza Strip, only 36% of Israelis think that Israel is better off than it was before the escalation, while a majority feel Israel is either about the same (38%) or worse off (21%), finds a new University of Maryland poll.

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