57% believe that the Oslo agreements were injurious to Israel from a political, security and economic viewpoint and that 53% would not vote today in favor of an agreement that includes a withdrawal from Judea and Samaria, even if the Palestinians would recognize Israel as a Jewish state and give up the right of return.
which indicate further that 40% were pro-Oslo at the time while 33% claimed to be against and that 62% haven't changed their minds, with 3% saying they are now for and 11% admitting they are now against.
Remember all, first 20th anniversary marking, in another week.
IMRA adds another poll's results:
New Wave Poll: 79.7%:6.25 Permanent agreement will not be reached
The survey was conducted by New Wave for Yisrael Hayom 15 August 2013 and published on 16 August.
Are you for or against release of prisoners are a gesture for the start of negotiations with the Palestinians?
Don't know 8.3%
Will a final agreement be reached this time that will end the conflict between the sides?
Don't know 14.1%
More on that:
Israel Hayom poll: 80% of Jewish Israelis skeptical on peace talks
A new Israel Hayom poll shows that the vast majority of Israeli Jews believe the newly launched talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority are a futile endeavor...Some 79.7% of respondents said the talks would not end with a permanent peace accord that would resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Just 6.2% said such an agreement would be reached, and 14.1% said they had no opinion.
In a similar poll in July, 73.1% said negotiations would not lead to a peace agreement, while only 5.3% said the talks would conclude with a deal, and 21.6% had no opinion.
On the question of whether Israel should have agreed to release prisoners as a goodwill gesture alongside the talks, 77.5% said they opposed the move, while 14.2% said they supported the gesture and 8.3% had no opinion.
The poll was conducted a day after Israel released 26 prisoners as part of its phased release of 104 prisoners.