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Poll: Kadima support rises with Olmert as leader

Reader comment on item: [After Sharon:] Israeli Politics Will Revert to Its Past

Submitted by ARB (Canada), Jan 11, 2006 at 13:39

"If elections were held now, Kadima would win 44 Knesset seats - four more than in the first survey taken after Sharon was hospitalized. Labor dropped two seats (to 16), while Likud lost one (to 13) in comparison with that poll. No significant changes were recorded for the remaining parties. Shinui stands right on the threshold for Knesset entry, with four seats. The poll gives Shas 10 seats, with Meretz-Yahad holding steady at five."


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