The vast majority of Jordanians reject any form of relations with Israeli occupation according to a new poll conducted by the Washington Institute for Studies revealed Sunday, 11 June 2023.
The poll indicated that Jordanians opposed any normalization ties with Israeli companies even if they would help their economy despite being officially at peace with Israel for almost three decades.
According to the poll, 76 percent of Jordanians categorically refused to see their country or any other Arab country receiving humanitarian aid from Israel, even during emergency humanitarian cases such as an earthquake or other natural disasters.
As many as 72 percent of Jordanians supported the protests against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-wing government, and considered them a “positive development”.
The poll showed that 53 percent of Jordanians welcome the restoration of ties between Saudi Arabia and Iran, and its positive impact on the region, while 44 percent of respondents viewed the move as “negative”.