Poll: Hamas will win PLC elections by a landslide

December 22, 2005 08:54


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Hamas is expected to win PLC elections in a landslide, a Palestinian public opinion poll revealed on Thursday. According to the results, Hamas would receive 40% of the vote while Fatah would only garner the support of 20%. The poll was conducted among 2,500 respondents from the West Bank, Israel Radio reported.

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