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November 2, 2010 14:16
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1. From 1 (bad for Israel) to 10 (good for Israel): Generally speaking, please rate the following people and institutions:Rate the following institutions: Democrats, Republicans, Tea Party, Brack Obama, Hillary Clinton

2. At present, which combination will be better for Israel – rank the options (1 through 4):
ratings of different combination of house and senate

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3. Which combination will make Netanyahu government’s life easier – rank the options (1 through 4):
rankings of the different combinations for the House and the Senate

4. On scale of 1 (unlikely) to 5 (very likely): What of the following moves do you expect the Obama team to pursue in the second half of Obama’s first term:
rankings of different issues

5. Looking ahead for 2010 – please rate the following possible Presidential candidates on scale of 1 (bad for Israel) to 10 (good for Israel):
Ratings for possible Presidential candidates

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