Atlas Center for Studies and Research
In light of the Saif al-Quds struggle and its consequences, and reviewing the effectiveness of the resistance forces and civil society institutions in Gaza during that conflict, Atlas Center for Studies and Research will conduct a new poll from June 7 to 9 in 2021. The poll was done via personal interview with a random sample of 1046 Gaza Strip residents (males and females), with a margin of error of 5%.
With a margin of error of 2-3 percent, the poll was conducted through a personal interview with a random sample of 1046 Gaza Strip residents (males and females). The key findings of this poll are listed below.
1_Gaza and Jerusalem are two of the most troubled areas in the
Around 96.7 percent of Palestinians in Gaza are satisfied with Gaza's resistance to the Israeli occupation of Jerusalem and the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.
The vast majority of residents (90.1 percent) feel that the resistance succeeded in stabilizing the Jerusalem-Gaza equation; the majority of citizens (78.5 percent) also agree that the resistance should continue to stabilize the equation even if it means sacrificing lives.
The majority of people (80.6%) see the Saif al-Quds round's results as a victory for Palestinian resistance in Gaza, because it succeeded in protecting Jerusalemites and mobilizing Palestinians in the West Bank and Israel, as well as rethinking the Palestinian issue on Arab, regional, and international levels.
2_During the Saif al-Quds round, the people were almost fully satisfied with the functioning of the joint operating room of the resistance factions (96.2 percent).
During the Saif Al-Quds rouble, the majority of the population (93.7 percent) indicated satisfaction with the performance of government agencies and civil society institutions (health, police, civil defense, municipalities, and works).
A large majority (79.3%) expressed their dissatisfaction with the performance of the Palestinian Authority during the aggression, as they considered that the authority didn’t appear except when talking about the reconstruction issue.
Majority of people evaluated the performance of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and diplomatic missions negatively, as 79.2% believed that they didn’t adequately promote the Palestinian narrative.
Around (74.6%) expressed their dissatisfaction with Muhammed Shtayyeh's performance as prime minister, and this result intersects with the evaluation of the government's position on the reconstruction issue, as (79.7%) expressed their dissatisfaction with the performance of the Shtayyeh government in this regard.
The majority (83.7%) expressed their dissatisfaction with the performance of the Shtayyeh government regarding Gaza Strip issues.
The majority of the people (74.9%) expressed their dissatisfaction with the performance of the Palestine Liberation Organization during the aggression, and the vast majority of the people (76.4%) believe that the organization didn’t fulfill its role as the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people.
Most of people (89.5%) support the entry of Hamas and Islamic Jihad into the Palestine Liberation Organization and restoration of its role as the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people.
Large majority (71.3%) believe that the Palestinian Authority has become a burden on the Palestinian issue and people, while around (25.3%) considers that the Palestinian Authority an achievement for the Palestinian people.
3_Definition of Priorities
In the current situation, a large majority (81.4%) believe that the priority for national factions to agree on is to reactivate and build the Palestine Liberation Organization by maintaining the temporary leadership framework, while (15.7%) believe that the priority is to form a national unity government that recognizes international legitimacy resolutions.
4_Prisoners are the subject of negotiations.
Ma khafia was watched by 80% of the audience. The majority of people (91.5 percent) expressed pleasure with the content of the A'etham show "In the Grip of the Resistance."
The vast majority of people (89.8%) were pleased with the opposition negotiating delegation's performance during the Wafa'a Al-Ahrar Agreement, whereas a considerable minority of individuals were dissatisfied (90.7%), and a large percentage of people (90.7%) believe that the resistance has sufficient pressure cards to conclude a similar deal.
5_People believe that the most appropriate way to manage the reconstruction issue is through Qatar (31.6 percent), but (24.5 percent) believe that the most appropriate way is through government agencies in Gaza, and 19.3 percent believe that the most appropriate way is through a national committee (factions-businessmen-private sector), while (17.2 percent) believe that the most appropriate way is through a national committee (factions-businessmen-private sector) compared to (5.5%) considered that reconstruction through Egypt is the most appropriate way, and (4.9%) considered that the most appropriate way of reconstruction is through the National Authority.
6_The Palestinian choices.
The majority of people (55.7%) believe that armed resistance is the best option for restoring rights, while only (3.7%) believe that negotiations and settlement are the best option, (4.5%) believe that popular resistance is the best option, and (29.4%) believe that combining armed resistance and popular resistance is the best option for restoring rights and constants, and (5.7%) believe that the best choice to restore rights and constants is combining between popular resistance and negotiations and settlement together.
7_The Palestinian leadership is being chosen.
When asked which of the lists they would vote for if parliamentary elections were conducted in the Palestinian territories, the people said, "All of them." The following electoral lists received the following results: Hamas List (45.2%), Fatah List/Abbas Movement (14.5%), Fatah List(14.5%), Dahlan Movement (9.6 %).
Fatah List/Nasser Al-Qidwa (5%), Popular Front (4%), Democratic Front (1%), Initiative (1.2%), People's Party (0.3%), Feda Party (0.2%), Popular Struggle Front (0.1%), Palestine Liberation Front (0.1%), Arab Liberation Front (0.1%), independents (10%), none (8.7%).