Ask the Israelis: Which candidate's best for Israel?

'JPost' hits the streets of Tel Aviv to ask regular Israelis who they they think would be the better US president.

By HADAS PARUSH
November 1, 2012 15:54
Israelis give their opinions on Obama and Romney

Israelis give their opinions on Obama and Romney 370. (photo credit: hadas parush)

 
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According to a recent poll conducted by the Israel Democracy Institute and the Tel Aviv University, most Israelis prefer candidate Mitt Romney over US President Barack Obama. With less than a week away until elections, and the candidates neck and neck, The Jerusalem Post turned to Israeli citizens to find out what people thought about who would be the best US president. Outside the Carmel Market in downtown Tel Aviv, the two candidates garnered equal support from Israeli shoppers. 



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