According to the poll conducted by Panels Politics, a Tel Aviv-based consulting firm, and published by Israeli daily Maariv on Friday, 19 percent of respondents say they are satisfied with the government policy on the Gaza Strip, while the remaining 7 percent declined to answer.
The poll also revealed that the Israeli society is split over the issue of conducting a major military operation by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in the Gaza Strip in order to destroy Hamas-operated facilities and resources used for attacks on the Jewish State. At least 48 percent would support the operation, while 41 percent would oppose it.
The poll was conducted on Thursday among 512 adult Israeli Jews and Arabs.
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The current wave of tensions between the Israelis and the Palestinians near the Gaza border have been mounting since late March, which marked the beginning of the Palestinian protest campaign against Israel, dubbed the Great March of Return.