On the question: will a peace treaty be signed with the Palestinians,
Only about a third think such a treaty would improve the Arab world’s attitudes toward Israel, with 63% saying the Arab world would remain hostile toward Israel even if a treaty were to be signed.
And if so, what should Israel do?
Despite this pessimistic assessment, 61% think that in the present state of affairs Israel should make special efforts to renew the negotiations with the Palestinians.
And how should Israel go about that?
Fifty-four percent assess that the Netanyahu government is functioning moderately well (40%) or very well (14%) regarding the conduct of to negotiations with the Palestinians. It makes sense, then, that the majority (58%) says opposition leader Tzipi Livni did not act properly when she recently met with Abu Mazen.