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The Channel 10 report included the fact that none of the Likud's district candidates would get in and even MK Carmel Shama could be on the chopping bloc.
The poll comes on the heels of another set of polls which claimed that Israelis supported the two-state solution by a two-thirds margin.
The right of center parties continue to maintain their lead, albeit by a slightly smaller margin in eight polls released December 9-15.
Knesset Jeremy's average of last week's polls.
Speaker of the Knesset Reuven Rivlin (Likud) criticized the practice of switching between parties by various Members of Knesset and Knesset candidates , calling...
JERUSALEM – While it is almost certain that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will form the next Israeli coalition government, the country’s confusing electoral system has created another medley of instant political parties headed by a variety of media celebrities and scorned politicians.
The more right-wing members, who are also better organized, may have won the day.
The average of 2 polls published last week, Channel 2 and Jerusalem Post. The Post poll was conducted November 12-13 and the Channel 2 poll was published November 14.
The highest number of seats polls show the joint Jewish Home-National Union list is 13.
Given President Obama's win and victories of many of their candidates, a reasonable morning-after position for J Street would be quiet satisfaction, or even – why not? – gleeful rejoicing. But J Street, which has rarely met a critic of Israel it didn't like, instead tried to promote itself as an integral part of the campaign, a driving wind propelling Democratic victories. So eager to claim a starring role, J Street released details of several exit polls they commissioned which, upon examination, tell far more about how little J Street matters.
According to the West campaign, after the St. Lucie County Supervisor of Elections "recounted" thousands of early ballots, Congressman West was suddenly trailing by 2,400 votes.
President Obama won 69 percent of the Jewish vote according to an exit poll.
Voters in New York and New Jersey affected by Hurricane Sandy will be permitted to vote at any polling place in their respective states...
Coinciding with the American elections Tuesday, the National Religious – Bayit Yehudi primaries to determine the Party chairman will take place in Israel. 54,000...
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s call to disband the government and call for new elections may serve him well, if two public opinion polls published Thursday pan out.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanayhu announced Tuesday evening that general elections will be held in early 2013. A date was not specified, though the prime minister said the elections would take place “as soon as possible” - possibly as early as mid-January.
Despite Obama’s poor debate performance, Romney’s rising likability numbers and voters saying he would better handle the economy – and two more polls which give him a significant bump since the debate – there is reason to fear that voters will still not vote against the incumbent.
Last week's U.S. presidential debate was a victory for Romney on all accounts, especially if one judges by the closing statements, where Obama couldn't muster any specific reason why voters should re-elect him aside from the fact that he was trying really hard as president. Looking at polls on how people view the candidates, I’m beginning to wonder why it is that Obama leads Romney in national polls and whether that is going start to change in a big way.
An American Jewish Committee survey of Jewish voters in Ohio, a battleground state, has the community favoring President Obama in similar numbers to polls elsewhere.
In North Carolina, where President Obama was starting to open a lead over Republican presidential candidate Romney, the two are now tied according to recent polls, with each candidate's lead falling within the margin of error. Until the end of the summer, North Carolina was considered a red or red-leaning state, and the fact that Obama was pulling ahead there marked the lowest point for Romney.
Every educated American has had to explain to a foreigner, at one point or another, our election system, or, more specifically, the Electoral College.