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Poll: 3 election scenarios, Likud voters prefer Sharon over Netanyahu 52.6%:33.4%

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    Poll: 3 election scenarios, Likud voters prefer Sharon over Netanyahu 52.6%:33.4% Aaron Lerner Date: 1 September 2005 The following is IMRA s translation
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      Poll: 3 election scenarios, Likud voters prefer Sharon over Netanyahu
      52.6%:33.4%
      Aaron Lerner Date: 1 September 2005

      The following is IMRA's translation of results of a telephone poll of 506
      adult Israelis (including Israeli Arabs) carried out by Shvakim Panorama for
      Israel Radio's "Another Matter" program on 31 August 2005 [that is presented
      on the website of the radio station. (http://bet.iba.org.il ).

      Three election scenarios. Results in mandates. Current Knesset in
      [brackets]
      [MEW -
      Column 1 -Likud Headed by Sharon
      Column 2- Likud headed by Bibi
      Column 3- Split Likud - Sharon heads his own party. ]
      (1) (2) (3)
      30 00 22 [40] Likud-headed by Netanyahu
      00 36 00 [40] Likud-headed by Sharon
      00 00 18 [00] Sharon party
      27 24 21 [21] Labor (with Amir Peretz's One Nation)
      09 06 06 [15] Shinui
      12 12 11 [11] Shas
      11 11 11 [08] Arab parties
      08 08 08 [06] Yachad [Meretz]
      05 05 06 [07*] National Union
      08 08 07 [07*] Yisrael Beiteinu [Lieberman]
      06 06 06 [05] Yahadut Hatorah
      04 04 04 [06] NRP
      * National Union ran with Yisrael Beiteinu with total 7 mandates

      On a scale of 1 to 10 what grade would you give to Ariel Sharon and Binyamin
      Netanyahu for their performance as prime minister?
      Average: Sharon 6.7 Netanyahu 4.8

      Who do you prefer as head of the Likud and its candidate for prime minister?
      Likud voters: Sharon 52.6% Netanyahu 33.4% Neither 7.9% Don't know 6.1%
      [IMRA: Registered Likud members select the candidate in primaries]

      Did Netanyahu's press conference this week strengthen or weaken him?
      Likud voters: Strengthen 32.8% Weaken 47.1% Neither 14.0% Don't know 6.1%

      On a scale of 1 to 10 what grade would you give to Shimon Peres and Ehud
      Barak for their performance as prime minister?
      Average: Peres 6.9 Barak 2.8

      Did Ehud Barak withdraw his candidacy for the chairmanship of the Labor
      Party out of concern for party unity or because he understood that he was
      going to suffer a huge loss in the primaries?
      Labor voters: Concern 8.5% Huge loss 61.8% Don't know 29.7%


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      Website: www.imra.org.il
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