Poll: 85% of Diaspora Jews think Olmert must quit

May 10, 2007 13:43


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Eighty-five percent of Jews in the Diaspora think that Prime Minister Ehud Olmert should resign, a poll conducted by JerusalemOnline.com showed on Thursday. According to the poll, 10% believe the prime minister should remain in his position, while six percent are unsure. The poll was answered by 595 people after the Winograd Committee report was published. The poll participants were Jewish English speakers from North America and Western Europe.

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