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The data is “the lowest in more than a decade, when a steady decline in support began, and the lowest in almost two decades of joint Palestinian-Israeli survey research.”
The hiring comes amid a good mood in the industry with exits totaling hundreds of millions of dollars.
Israel Electric Corporation, Teva Pharmaceuticals, HP Israel and Microsoft Israel trail Intel Israel, who leads annual survey for 5th straight year.
Joint list would win 33 mandates, according to flash poll following unification announcement; Left-Right blocs take 60 each.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Yacimovich says she wants the election to focus on new issues; ruling coalition would grow, according to surveys.
New poll puts public trust in the prime minister at a 10-year high of 56%; Mofaz: This anarchy needs to stop.
By HERB KEINON
Survey finds majority of Israelis think Obama is "friendly" toward Israel but are warmer toward the Republican candidate.
54% call US president’s policies pro-Israel, 19% say they were more pro- Palestinian; Likud would gain 32 seats, Labor 26 if elections held now.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
BBC poll asks 20,000 people in 19 countries if they support independent Palestine; 49% of responders say yes, 21% say no, 30% not sure.
Almost twice as many prefer Netanyahu over Livni, according to survey, despite drop in satisfaction with current PM.
Exclusive: Survey, taken on eve of Carmel fire, puts Netanyahu 10 points ahead of Livni as preferred prime minister.
Even before Carmel blaze, Shas leader ranked bottom of 'Jerusalem Post'/Smith Consulting survey; Kahlon, Erdan, Steinitz rank highest.
Mal financés, victimes de l’hyperpersonnalisation et des médias sociaux, les partis politiques se trouvent considérablement affaiblis
By ELLI WOHLGELERNTER
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