The Center for Social Research studied the attitude towards Iran and Israel in the feedback survey conducted on December 5 -December 11, 2022 among people, APA reports.
According to the results of the survey, public attitude to the statements of President Ilham Aliyev on Iran is quite positive. Thus, in order to learn the attitude to the calls of the President in this direction, the question "Do you support the President's position that we will do everything to ensure the protection of Azerbaijanis in Iran, they are a part of our nation?" is addressed to the survey participants. 67,2% of the survey participants responded "I absolutely support, 19,0% responded, "I mostly support". Only 2.1 percent of the respondents said that they mostly do not support it, and 6.7 percent said that they do not support it at all. 5.1 percent of respondents had difficulty answering this question.
Analysis of the public attitude towards the protests that occurred in Iran discovered interesting factors. 21,3 percent of the respondents shared their probability that the protests will lead to the collapse of the Iranian state and 31,0 percent said the protests will lead to regime change. 12.8 percent of those who took part in the survey stated the position that "Protests will not change the regime, but may result in the strengthening of rights and freedoms." 14.2 percent of the respondents said that they did not think that the protests would have serious consequences. 1.8 percent of those who took part in the survey said other answer options, 18.9 percent said that they have absolutely no idea about this or had difficulty to respond this.
According to the results of the survey, public attitude is positive towards opening of Azerbaijani embassy in Israel. Thus 61,0 percent of respondents answered to the question “What is your opinion towards Azerbaijan opening embassy in Israel?” as “Israel is a reliable partner and I consider necessary to have an embassy”. 11,3 percent of the respondents said that “Taking into account the neighborhood with Iran, we should be careful in this issue. 4,1 percent said they did not support the opening of an embassy in Israel at all. 9,0 percent of respondents found it difficult to express their position.