Poll: Most Palestinians Reject Two-State Solution

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The idea of a Palestinian state has been put forward as a possible path to peace in the Middle East. But a new survey finds that most Palestinians don't like the plan.
According to the poll, 61 percent reject the idea of a Palestinian state alongside Israel. Only 34 percent accept it.

Sixty-six percent believe the Palestinians should start off with their own state beside Israel, but then move to just one Palestinian state.

And 92 percent believe Jerusalem should be their capital.

The survey of 1,010 Palestinians -- 656 in the West Bank and 353 in the Gaza Strip -- was conducted by U.S. pollster Stanley Greenberg, along with the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion.

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