Three Fourths of Arab Citizens claim Jews have no Sovereign Rights in Israel new polling Data shows
A poll by the Habithonistim found that 69% of Jewish Israelis are concerned about the future of the Jewish state...
National and political loyalty is a common conflicting question proposed to Arab Israelis. A poll by the Habithonistim found that 69% of Jewish Israelis are concerned about the future of the Jewish state and 67% support the employment of stricter measures to prevent friction between Jews and Arabs.
"We are now on the verge of a troubling reality. The loss of governance in the Negev, a political rift among the public, a sense of personal insecurity, the impending nuclear deal, and the wave of terrorism instigated by Hamas from Judea and Samaria - these are all challenges that require us, as defense officials, to mobilize in order to reflect this alarming reality."
Amir Avivi, Habithonistim Director Brig. Gen. (Res.), said.
Among the sample of 1,068 Jews and Arabs aged 18 and over, 75% of the country’s Arab citizens believe Jews have no rights to sovereignty in the land of Israel. However, with a hot take already given, they were asked about their loyalties in the scenario of a battle between Israel and Arab states. 26% stated they would support the Jewish state, 23% stated they would back the Arabs, and 51% stated they would remain neutral on the issue.
66% of Israelis stated they have a lack of trust in the Israel Police and within the Arab sector that number jumped to 73%. There was also an expression of personal safety. 71% of the Arab Israelis claimed such a lack of personal security while 44% of Jewish Israelis said the same.
66% of the public support the plans of PM Naftali Bennet to form a national guard with 37% of Arab Israelis claiming they would join the guard. Jewish Israelis claimed they too would join (54%).
22% of Arab Israelis claimed the riots in Israel are fueled by socio-economic reasons. 88% of Jewish Israelis and 53% of Arab Israelis claimed that the riots were due to national or religious reasons. 70% of Jews claimed there is biased coverage in favor of the Arab public regarding the coverage of violence. A shocking number from the Arab public, 33%, shows some form of agreeance.