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    Poll: 74% Sharon winner, 52% Netanyahu loser Aaron Lerner Date: 1 April 2005 Teleseker - for Maariv 529 Adult Israelis (including Israeli Arabs) week of 1
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      Poll: 74% Sharon winner, 52% Netanyahu loser

      Aaron Lerner Date: 1 April 2005

      Teleseker - for Maariv
      529 Adult Israelis (including Israeli Arabs) week of 1 April 2005

      50% Satisfied with Sharon
      70% Feel personally secure
      60% Favor disengagement

      If elections were held today? Results presented in mandates - current
      Knesset in [brackets] - no explanation of how undecided handled - ALSO poll
      ignores that Lieberman's Yisrael Beiteinu will not be running together with
      National Union

      41 [40] Likud
      23 [22] Labor (with Amir Peretz's One Nation)
      12 [15] Shinui
      10 [11] Shas
      09 [07] National Union [with Yisrael Beiteinu]
      06 [06] Yachad [Meretz]
      05 [06] NRP
      04 [05] Yahadut Hatorah
      10 [08] Arab parties

      Of the following who came out of the last period a winner or a loser?
      Sharon: Winner 74% Loser 17%
      Netanyahu: Winner 32% Loser 52%
      Lapid: Winner 41% Loser 45%
      Landau: Winner 13% Loser 52%
      Labor Party: Winner 47% Loser 30%
      Settlers: Winner 14% Loser 76%
      Ultra orthodox: Winner 38% Loser 43%
      People of Israel: Winner 47% Loser 37%

      In light of the change in positions of Tommy Lapid this week, do you think
      that a politician should stand behind his promises and declarations when
      reality changes or he should adjust himself to the situation even if this
      conflicts with the promises he gave?
      Total: Honor 38% Adjust 56%
      Shinui voters: Honor 25% Adjust 72%

      Should the State carry out administrative detentions against extreme right
      wing activists even before the implementation of the disengagement plan?
      Yes 44% No 51%

      Would you agree to renovate the house you live in on the basis of the law
      proposed that was approved by the Government this week?
      Yes 40% Maybe 14% No 29% Don't know 17%
      [IMRA: The above poll result is proof positive that respondents are more
      than willing to give their opinion to pollsters even when they are clueless
      about what they are talking about - there was almost no coverage of this
      proposed law this week]

      Are you interested in the soccer games this week of the national team?
      Yes 50% No 50%

      What do you think the chances are that the team makes it to the world cup?
      High 12% So-so 49% Low 28%

      How do you usually reach work?
      Private car 34% Train/bus 14% Foot 9% Scooter/motorcycle 1% Bike 1%

      Would you like to work in a profession that would make it possible for you
      to work from your home?
      Yes 45% No 50%

      Maariv 1 April 2005

      Dr. Aaron Lerner, Director IMRA (Independent Media Review & Analysis)
      (mail POB 982 Kfar Sava)
      Tel 972-9-7604719/Fax 972-3-7255730
      INTERNET ADDRESS: imra@...
      Website: http://www.imra.org.il

      IMRA - Independent Media Review and Analysis
      Website: www.imra.org.il
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