Arab Israeli Conflict
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Partisan polarization around the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is starker than ever in the United States.
The poll found that the older people are, the more likely they are to back a two-state solution.
According to the survey, 58 percent of Gaza residents believe in armed struggle, compared to 37 percent in the West Bank.
Labor leader says party results are a big disappointment, Cabel calls on him to resign
By AMY SPIRO,GIL HOFFMAN
The third democratic revolution arrives, when the weakening of the traditional Right and Left means smaller fringe parties are able to make inroads.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
How well do do you know the political parties and candidates running in Tuesday’s election?
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
IDI finds majority of public don’t trust polls
By GIL HOFFMAN
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
The new poll came on a day when the election got even dirtier than it had been before.
Parties bash each other over terror attack in Ariel that left one dead.
The Likud fell to 28 seats, down from 30 in the last poll.
According to Kan, about a third of the public believe Netanyahu should resign.
A razor-thin right wing majority would still be elected after indictment announcements against Netanyahu.
By ZACK EVANS
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