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    Detailed Poll Results: Kadima under Livni leads Likud - July 31, 2008 A new survey shows that the Kadima party under Tzipi Livni would outpoll the Likud 26 to
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      Detailed Poll Results: Kadima under Livni leads Likud - July 31, 2008

      A new survey shows that the Kadima party under Tzipi Livni would outpoll the Likud 26 to 25, and reduce the Israel Labor party to 14 seats. However, Benjamin Nethanyahu is favored as Prime Minister by 29% of Israelis, versus 22% for Livni. 38% of Israelis claim they felt joy and relief when PM Olmert announced he would not run in Kadima party primaries. 31% were apathetic.

      Following are results of a Dialog poll of 503 Israeli respondents immediately following PM Ehud Olmert's announcement that he would not run for head of the Kadima party. The poll was conducted by Prof. Camille Fuchs of Tel Aviv University for Ha'aretz newspar and has a margin of error of 4.1%.

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      [Mewnews Translation]  

      Two scenarios:
      [A] Kadima headed by Livni
      [B] Kadima headed by Mofaz

      If elections were held today, for which party would you vote:


      Actual Knesset today in [brackets]
      [A] [B]
      29 25 [12] Likud
      19 26 [29] Kadima
      17 14 [19] Labor
      11 11 [11] Yisrael Beteinu
      11 11 [12] Shas
      02 02 [00] Social Justice (Gaydamak Party)
      07 07 [09] Nat'l Union/NRP
      00 00 [07] Retirees Party
      05 05 [05] Meretz
      07 07 [06] Yahadut Hatorah [United Torah Judaism]
      11 11 [10] Arab parties

      Whom would you like to see at the head of Kadima?

      Livni- 34%

      Mofaz - 16%

      Dichter - 8%

      Shitrit - 4%

      None of the above -38%

      From among the following candidates, who is most suitable to be Prime Minister:

      Netanyahu: 29%

      Livni: 22%

      Barak: 8%

      Mofaz: 8%

      None of them: 28%

      All in equal measure: 4%

      What did you feel when you watched or heard the resignation announcement of the Prime Minister:

      Joy and relief: 38%

      Apathy: 31%

      Other, didn't hear, don't know: 17%

      Sorrow and identification: 14%

      MidEastWeb Middle East News Service

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