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Wednesday, April 9, 2008

RZ sent this: NYT: Israel @ 60

If anything, the public's mixed feelings reflect widespread disdain for the government and a profound distrust of politicians. A poll in late March published in the Hebrew daily newspaper Maariv asked which of five potential candidates, including leaders in the government and the opposition, was most suitable to be prime minister. The largest portion of respondents, nearly 31 percent, chose "none of the above." (No sample size or margin of error was provided.)


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