Poll: 68% of public that supported disengagement have changed their minds

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 28, 2009 13:26

 
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Sixty-eight percent of the public who supported the disengagement in 2005 have changed their opinion on the issue, Army Radio reported Tuesday, according to a poll ordered by the Committee of the Gush Katif Evacuees. Two thirds of those polled said that the government's handling of the evacuees was seriously flawed.

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