Poll: Kadima, Likud, Labor down

March 9, 2006 10:19


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According to a Geocartography poll commissioned by Army Radio: Kadima - 37 mandates Labor - 16 Likud - 15 NU-NRP - 10 Israel Beitenu - 10 Shas - 9 UTJ - 7 Arab Party - 6 Meretz - 5 One in three respondents said they believed that Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert did commit the crimes involving real estate deals for which he was investigated. Survey compiler Prof. Avi Dagani said that the suspicions swirling around Olmert were likely what caused Kadima's slight drop in the poll. Half of the Arab sector does not intend to vote in the upcoming elections, according to survey results, mainly as a protest gesture against government institutions.

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