Netanyahu confident Likud will win election

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
March 27, 2006 13:19

 
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Likud Chairman Binyamin Netanyahu expressed confidence on Monday that the Likud would still win the election. Speaking on a tour of Jerusalem's Old City, Netanyahu said, "The polls will turn around." Likud candidate Uzi Landau, who is in the 14th slot, reacted to polls that the party would only get 13 seats by saying that he was still optimistic. "The polls have not been complimentary for months." Landau said. "We need to work hard to bring out the vote to make the pollsters eat their polls, and praying at the Western Wall could not hurt either."

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