Here is another, more professional analysis.
Although non-supportive of the enterprise of restoring revenant Jews to residency in Judea and Samaria, he is forced to admit:
I can't see any alternative to assuming that they read it carefully and knew what they were supporting. I surmise, therefore, that if the J Street poll has any credibility, the 76% who said they supported such a deal reckon it was ok to build some settlements on occupied land at some stage. Since we don't know which provision or provisions of the outlined proposal those who didn't support it found objectionable, a maximum of 24% opposed settlements outright.