A Yediot Acharonot poll by Dr. Mina Tzemach showed similar results - although its questions specified both the long-term and the short-term: 81% feel that terrorism will increase in the short-term - while the public is divided approximately equally on whether it will increase, decrease or remain the same in the long run.
IDF Intelligence Chief Gen. Aharon Ze'evi-Farkash said today that he does not expect a significant increase in the number and extent of terrorist attacks in the wake of Yassin's death.
IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Moshe Yaalon said today that the "reactions of Arafat and Hizbullah-chieftain Nasrallah to Yassin's killing show that they understand that they're also in line for the same treatment."
The Maariv poll found that 43% believe that Israel should now eliminate Arafat, while 38% object to such an operation.
The ten worst Hamas attacks in the past 3.5 years ended the lives of a total of 186 people. See the list here.