More than half of Jewish-Israelis say they believe any Palestinian “who has perpetrated a terror attack against Jews should be killed on the spot,” according to a new survey.
A new poll has found that the majority of Israelis are dissatisfied with their government’s handling of foreign policy and believe Israel’s global standing is not good.
More than half of Palestinians no longer support a two-state solution to the conflict with Israel, a survey released on Monday showed, rejecting the goal that has underpinned four decades of international diplomacy.
Are Jewish Americans split down the middle on the Iran deal or solidly in favor of it? J.J. Goldberg breaks down the polling numbers — and explains that they reflect broader faultlines in the community.
An American Jewish Committee poll found U.S. Jews virtually split on the Iran nuclear deal and showed Hillary Rodham Clinton well ahead of the pack among preferred presidential candidates.
While President Barack Obama remains popular in most countries, the sharpest decline in his image occurred in Israel, according to a new survey.
Ninety-one percent of Americans said they would vote for a presidential candidate who is Jewish, according to a new poll.
Jews are overwhelmingly supportive of same-sex marriage, according to a new survey by the Public Religion Research Institute.
Seventy years after the end of World War Two, some 42 percent of Germans want to draw a line under the Nazi past, a poll showed on Wednesday, as the nation’s complex legacy continues to shape its international role and domestic politics.
Thirty-one percent of U.S. Republicans favor a new nuclear deal with Iran, creating a challenge for their party’s lawmakers who largely oppose the framework accord sealed between Tehran and world powers, a Reuters/Ipsos poll showed on Wednesday.