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1.

Case ID

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

2.

Respondent's ID in all consecutive surveys

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

3.

Israeli condition in general

6. In your opinion, what is Israel's general situation?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

4.

The way government handles problems

7. What do you think about the way the government is handling the problems that exist in Israel today?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

5.

Most important problem for government

8 ? 9. What do you think is the most important problem the government must take care of? (mark only one)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

6.

Economic situation in past 3 years

10. Do you think that the economic situation in the past 3 years has improved, didn't change, or got worse?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

7.

Personal economic situation in past year

11. And what about your own personal economic status? Would you say that for the past year your personal status:

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

8.

National security today

Here is a 9 step ladder that depicts where the country might be in terms of national security. The top of the ladder is 9 and that is the best possible situation that you can think of and 1 is the worst. One which rank do you think the cou... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

9.

National security in last 5 years

Here is a 9 step ladder that depicts where the country might be in terms of national security. The top of the ladder is 9 and that is the best possible situation that you can think of and 1 is the worst. One which rank do you think the cou... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

10.

National security in next 5 years

Here is a 9 step ladder that depicts where the country might be in terms of national security. The top of the ladder is 9 and that is the best possible situation that you can think of and 1 is the worst. One which rank do you think the cou... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

11.

Territories should be exchanged for peace

15. In a peace agreement with the Palestinians, should Israel agree or disagree to a territorial compromise and to the evacuation of settlements in Judea and Samaria? ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

12.

Israel should decide on borders and unilaterally withdraw

16. And if it would not be possible to achieve a peace agreement with the Palestinians in the next few years, should Israel undertake another unilateral separation? ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

13.

Chances of Olmert's disengagement

17. If Ehud Olmert will be elected prime minister, what are the chances odds that he would undertake unilateral separation in Judea and Samaria? ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

14.

Chances of peace between Israel and Arabs in next 3 years

18. What are the odds that the peace between Israel and the Arab states will grow stronger in the next 3 years?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

15.

Chances of war in next 3 years

19. And what are the odds for a war to break out between Israel and an Arab state in the next 3 years?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

16.

Chances of peace agreement

20. Do you think it is possible to achieve a peace agreement with the Palestinians?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

17.

Evaluation of Arab aspirations

21. What do you think are the aspirations of the in the long run?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

18.

Peace agreement to conclude Arab-Israeli conflict

22. If there will be a peace agreement with the Palestinians and the Arab states, do you think the Israeli ? Arab conflict will come to an end? ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

19.

To prevent war with Arab states Israel should

23. What should Israel stress in order to avoid war with an Arab state?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

20.

Are you worried about being injured by Arabs

24. To what extent are you worried or not worried that you or a member of your family could be injured in your daily life?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

21.

The most important value (not asked of Arabs)

(Not asked of Arabs) If we think of the likely direction of development of Israel, there are four important values that conflict with each other to a certain extent but which are important to various people to varying degrees. 25,26,27,28... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

22.

The second most important value

(Not asked of Arabs) If we think of the likely direction of development of Israel, there are four important values that conflict with each other to a certain extent but which are important to various people to varying degrees. 25,26,27,28... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

23.

The third most important value

(Not asked of Arabs) If we think of the likely direction of development of Israel, there are four important values that conflict with each other to a certain extent but which are important to various people to varying degrees. 25,26,27,28... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

24.

The fourth most important value

(Not asked of Arabs) If we think of the likely direction of development of Israel, there are four important values that conflict with each other to a certain extent but which are important to various people to varying degrees. 25,26,27,28... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

25.

Threat of returning territories for peace

To what extent do you consider each of the following situations as a threat? Returning territories for peace

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

26.

Threat of enemies having biological weapons

To what extent do you consider each of the following situations as a threat? Biological and chemical weapons in the hands of an enemy state ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

27.

Threat of no democracy in Israel

To what extent do you consider each of the following situations as a threat? A non-democratic regime in Israel

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

28.

Threat of disengagement from Palestinians

To what extent do you consider each of the following situations as a threat? Unilateral separation from the Palestinians

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

29.

Threat of enemies having nuclear weapons

To what extent do you consider each of the following situations as a threat? Nuclear weapons in the hands of an enemy state

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

30.

Threat of Palestinian state

To what extent do you consider each of the following situations as a threat? The establishment of a Palestinian state

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

31.

Threat of continued intifada

To what extent do you consider each of the following situations as a threat? The continuation of the intifada

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

32.

Threat of war with Syria

To what extent do you consider each of the following situations as a threat? A war with Syria

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

33.

Democracy or Halacha (not asked of Arabs)

37. (not asked of Arabs): There are situations in which there is a contradiction between democracy and halacha (Jewish religious law). In the case of such a contradiction, should the principles of democracy be favored, or should the comman... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

34.

Government should or shouldn't interfere

38. Some think that the government should make sure that everybody has a job and a decent standard of living. Others think that the government shouldn't interfere and should let everyone take care of himself. What do you think? ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

35.

Law or security

39. There are situations in which there is a contradiction between the rule of law and national security interests. In the case of such a contradiction, should the rule of law prevail or should national security interests prevail? ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

36.

Establishment of a Pal. state as part of permanent settlement

40. Do you think Israel should agree or disagree to the establishment of a Palestinian state in Judea, Samaria, and the Gaza strip as part of a permanent settlement? ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

37.

Arab neighborhoods of Jerusalem

41. As part of a permanent settlement with the Palestinians, should Israel be prepared to give up or should it retain the Arab neighborhoods of Jerusalem in order to reach such a settlement? ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

38.

Returning Golan

42. Should Israel return to Syria territories in the Golan in return for a peace treaty and security arrangements acceptable to the IDF? ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

39.

Evacuating in Judea and Samaria

43. And what is your opinion regarding the evacuation of Jewish settlements in Judea, Samaria, and Gaza as part of a permanent agreement? ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

40.

Public life according to Halacha

44. (not asked of Arabs): Do you think the Israeli government should or should not see to it that public life in Israel be conducted according to Jewish religious tradition? ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

41.

Israel's economic structure (socialist or capitalist)

45. Regarding the economic structure of life in Israel, do you support a more socialist approach or a more capitalist one?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

42.

Democracy as a best system

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? Even if there are problems in democracy, it's still the best political system ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

43.

Politicians tend not to consider the opinion of the citizen

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? A politician tends not to consider the opinion of the simple citizen ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

44.

No matter who you vote for

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? No matter who you vote for, it won?t change anything

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

45.

Stop the peace process

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? The peace process must be stopped even at the a risk of another war ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

46.

Return territories for peace

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? Territories should be returned in exchange for peace

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

47.

Encourage the emigration of Arabs

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? The government should encourage the emigration of Arabs from Israel ... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

48.

Talking about political issues

53. To what extent do you talk with your friends and family about political issues?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

49.

Affect government policy

54. To what extent can you and your friends effect government policy?

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

50.

Your personal status Today

Here you have a 9 stages scale describing different situations a person can be on. The top of the ladder is 9 and that is the best possible situation that you can think of and 1 is the worst. On which rank would you place yourself? Your p... (view details)

Taken from: Israeli Election Study, 2006.

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