Joint Mideast Polls Show Differing Views on Peace Process Robert Siegel talks with Professor Yaacov Shamir of Hebrew University, co-researcher with Dr. Khalil Shikaki of the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research in a joint Israeli-Palestinian survey. Since 2000, there have been periodic joint polls that put the same questions to Israelis and Palestinians over the same time frame.
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Joint Mideast Polls Show Differing Views on Peace Process

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Joint Mideast Polls Show Differing Views on Peace Process

Joint Mideast Polls Show Differing Views on Peace Process

Joint Mideast Polls Show Differing Views on Peace Process

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Robert Siegel talks with Professor Yaacov Shamir of Hebrew University, co-researcher with Dr. Khalil Shikaki of the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research in a joint Israeli-Palestinian survey. Since 2000, there have been periodic joint polls that put the same questions to Israelis and Palestinians over the same time frame.

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