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With regards to other Christian groups, the center found that around 48% of mainline Protestants approve of the president as well as 44% of Catholics.
The majority of the Jewish public (66%) thinks that there is no alternative at present.
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.”
Discussing Yisrael Beytenu-Likud merger, FM says deal agreed on 2 months ago; early poll shows 9-seat loss for united party.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND LAHAV HARKOV
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.
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