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Most citizens expect foreign fix to crisis
Majority feel us hampering solution
By Abdo Saad

Friday, March 09, 2007
BEIRUT : The majority of the Lebanese people believe a "foreign" solution to end the political deadlock, which satisfies the opposition and government leaders, might be reached soon, according to a new survey conducted by the Beirut Center for Research and Information.
The survey, based on a sample of 800 respondents, was conducted between February 24 and 28.
Some 60 percent of respondents believed the solution to the ongoing crisis would come from outside Lebanon.
Asked which foreign party was working "honestly" to find a solution, over 40 percent said Saudi Arabia, 17 percent said Iran and 29 percent said there were no honest peace brokers.
As for which party is hampering the solution, 51 percent of those polled said the United States, 17 percent said Syria and 18 percent said Syria and Iran.
A speech made by Future Movement leader and MP Saad Hariri on February 14 during a commemoration of the second anniversary of the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri was supported by more than 70 percent of respondents, the survey showed.
However, a speech made on the same day by Progressive Socialist Party (PSP) leader and MP Walid Jumblatt was rejected by 70 percent of respondents, as was that of Lebanese Forces (LF) leader Samir Geagea, by approximately 63 percent.
Meanwhile, a speech delivered by Hizbullah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on February 16 was supported by 60 percent of respondents.
Nasrallah spoke during the annual commemoration of the deaths of two senior Hizbullah officials in Israeli attacks in 1984 and 1992.

Asked which party they believed their own party should ally itself with, 53 percent of Hizbullah and Amal supporters chose the Future Movement, while 38 percent of Future Movement supporters chose Hizbullah and Amal.
Future Movement supporters in Beirut showed the least support for Hizbullah.
The majority of opposition supporters believe that the Future Movement is a moderate party, according to the survey.
Hizbullah and Amal supporters showed no interest in allying with the PSP or LF, while 19 percent of PSP partisans and 17 percent of those who identified with the LF said their parties should cooperate with Hizbullah.
Over 48 percent of LF supporters said they would like to be allied with the Free Patriotic Movement, while 12 percent of FPM partisans chose the LF.
Asked which party their parties should not ally, 45 percent of Hizbullah supporters chose the PSP and 26 percent of FPM supporters picked the LF, while 12.5 percent of LF respondents chose the FPM.
Concerning the political party which they believed was a burden on their national alliance, 14 percent of Future Movement supporters said the LF and 9 percent said the PSP. As for the opposition, 13 percent of FPM respondents said the Syrian Social Nationalist Party and 7 percent said Hizbullah.
Abdo Saad is the head of the Beirut Center for Research and Information

 
 
 
Average
Sunni
Shiite
Druze
Christian
Question one
Do you believe there can be a solution to the current crisis?
Yes
66.8%
67.8%
67.6%
59.5%
66.7%
No
33.2%
32.2%
32.4%
40.5%
33.3%
Question two
Do you believed that the solution to the ongoing crisis would come from inside or outside Lebanon?
Internal
29.2%
22.3%
36.3%
47.6%
26.6%
External
59.3%
68.7%
59.9%
23.8%
57.6%
Both
11.5%
9.0%
3.8%
28.6%
15.8%
Question three
which foreign party was working "honestly" to find a solution?
KSA/KSA with others
40.4%
60.7%
39.6%
45.3%
26.6%
Iran/Iran with others
16.7%
6.7%
42.8%
4.8%
7.4%
Others
(Arab League – EgyptSyriaFrance USA)
13.5%
22.0%
3.2%
14.3%
14.5%
Don't know
29.4%
10.6%
14.4%
35.6%
51.5%
Question Four
As for which foreign party or parties is hampering the solution?
USA/USA with others
50.9%
37.3%
94.9%
4.8%
37.2%
Syria
16.7%
24.2%
1.8%
57.1%
15.8%
Syria & Iran
18.2%
35.0%
0.0%
21.4%
17.4%
Don't know
14.2%
3.5%
3.3%
16.7%
29.6%
Question five
Do you support the last speech of:
MP. Saad Hariri
Yes
70.7%
90.5%
52.1%
97.6%
65.9%
No
29.3%
9.5%
47.9%
2.4%
34.1%
Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah
Yes
60.1%
42.8%
98.6%
16.7%
54.3%
No
39.9%
57.2%
1.4%
83.3%
45.7%
Dr. Samir Geagea
Yes
37.2%
56.4%
1.8%
88.1%
40.9%
No
62.8%
43.6%
98.2%
11.9%
59.1%
MP. Walid Jumblatt
Yes
29.8%
50.5%
0.9%
88.1%
26.8%
No
70.2%
49.5%
99.1%
11.9%
73.2%

 
 
 
Hizbullah - Amal
FMP
Other parties in the opposition
FM
PSD
LF
Other pro-government   parties
Question Six
Which party you believe your own party should ally itself with?
Hizbullah - Amal
X
X
X
38.3%
18.9%
17.2%
12.3%
FMP
X
X
X
11.5%
13.0%
48.7%
27.8%
Other parties of opposition
X
X
X
2.3%
0.0%
5.2%
2.8%
FM
53.6%
23.5%
32.9%
X
X
X
X
PSD
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
X
X
X
X
LF
0.0%
12.2%
0.0%
X
X
X
X
Other parties of government
0.0%
5.7%
0.0%
X
X
X
X

 

 

 

Hizbullah - Amal

FMP

Other parties in the opposition

FM

PSD

LF

Other pro-government   parties

Question   seven

Which party you believe your own party should not ally itself with?

Hizbullah - Amal

X

X

X

28.7%

39.1%

29.7%

44.4%

FMP

X

X

X

18.3%

6.5%

12.5%

11.1%

Other parties of opposition

X

X

X

31.4%

28.3%

31.3%

22.3%

FM

1.4%

8.9%

1.3%

X

X

X

X

PSD

45.0%

31.7%

31.6%

X

X

X

X

LF

54.4%

26.0%

35.4%

X

X

X

X

Other parties of government

9.5%

14.6%

13.9%

X

X

X

X

Hizbullah - Amal

0.0%

32.5%

35.4%

34.4%

28.3%

34.4%

27.8%

 

 
 
 

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