Konrad Adenauer: Survey among the Arab Public in Israel

Konrad Adenauer: Survey among the Arab Public in Israel

September 27, 2023

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Konrad Adenauer Program for Jewish-Arab Cooperation publishes the latest findings from an in-depth survey conducted among the Arab public in Israel, authored by Arik Rudnitzky at the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies (MDC). 

Here is an overview of the main findings: 

1. Approximately 76% of the Arab public supports grassroots protests against judicial reform. 

2. About 62% feel their personal security is threatened due to the ongoing violence in Arab society. 

3. An overwhelming majority (around 84%) fears a recurrence of the violence between Arabs and Jews seen in May 2021. 

4. Nearly 64% express approval for an Arab party's participation in a coalition after the next elections. 

5. Roughly 54% believe Ra’am's participation in the previous government was a success. 

These insights offer valuable perspectives on the dynamics within Arab society in Israel.


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