CSS poll: 77% of Jordanians see the Palestinian issue as a political problem in the Middle East | editors Choice
Ammon News –
The “vast” majority of 77% of Jordanians see the Palestinian issue as the most important political issue facing the Middle East that needs to be resolved, according to the results of an opinion poll on “foreign policy and Jordan’s international relations”.
The poll, conducted by the Center for Strategic Studies (CSS) at the University of Jordan, also showed that 25% of Jordanians are interested in Middle East issues and that a third of respondents follow the news. Jordanian.
The poll results, which were released on Sunday, are part of the “Jordanian Index – Street Pulse Survey”, which measures Jordanians’ opinions, knowledge and awareness of emerging issues in Jordan and the region, according to the CSS Director. , Dr. Zaid Eyadat.
The CSS conducted a “Jordanian Foreign Policy and International Relations” survey, the first and most comprehensive survey to measure Jordanian citizens’ knowledge of Jordanian foreign policy and the extent of their knowledge and satisfaction with it. said Eyadat.
The survey, which was conducted from February 15 to 22 on a national sample, is “representative and comprehensive of the governorates, regions, age and education groups of the Kingdom, to know the opinions of citizens on the questions of the Middle East, Jordan’s economic relations and its foreign policy, he noted.
37% of respondents consider Saudi Arabia the “biggest” Arab country that provides economic support to Jordan, while the United States is the non-Arab country that provides the highest economic aid to the Kingdom, followed by the Emirates United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Qatar with 11% respectively, followed by Britain with 6%, according to the poll results.
In addition, the majority of respondents prefer Saudi Arabia to strengthen economic relations in the future, followed by Turkey, Qatar, Egypt, Iraq, United Arab Emirates and Syria, revealed the poll.