This is one of the reports based on a series of seven representative surveys of the population in the West Bank and Gaza. The polls offer a unique opportunity to understand Palestinian views concerning they own leaders and their institutions as well as the international system that affects them, and how this has developed over the past six years. Among the findings documented in the reports is that Palestinians are concerned about human rights and the level of corruption in the Palestine state, and do not harbour much trust in the courts or other public institutions. However, they are relatively satisfied with the public services they receive.
Published: 2011 Id-nr.: 10130