Poll: Sharon Party 42 Labor 19 Likud 14
Aaron Lerner Date: 4 January 2006
The following are the results of a telephone poll of a representative sample
of 622 adult Israelis (including Arab Israelis) carried out by Dialogue for
Haaretz and Channel 10 on 2 January 2006 as published in Haaretz on 4
Knesset election vote expressed in mandates[current in brackets]
42  Sharon party (Kadima)
14  Likud
19  Labor
04  Shinui
09  Shas
08  Arab parties
03  Yachad [Meretz]
06 [07*] National Union
05 [07*] Yisrael Beiteinu [Lieberman]
06  Yahadut Hatorah
04  NRP
* National Union & Yisrael Beiteinu together have 7 seats
Is there a chance you might change you choice of party by election day?
Certain yes 7.6% Think yes 20.9%
Think no 18.9% Certain no 45.1%
Don't know 7.6%
Yesterday very positive results were published regarding the growth of the
Israeli economy. According to them 2005 the growth in Israel was the
highest in the western world. Do you feel that the growth has reached you?
No 74% Yes 22% Other 4%
What do you think is the major factor responsible for the growth of the
economy and improvement of the market?
Former Finance Minister Netanyahu's policies 27.4% Disengagement 18.3%
Terror dropping in Israel 17.9% World economy 15.6% All to a certain extent
Three personalities are contending for prime minister in these elections.
Who would you buy a used car from?
Netanyahu 16.4% Peretz 16.8% Sharon 20.4% All same 1.7% Other replies 44.7%
Dr. Aaron Lerner, Director IMRA (Independent Media Review & Analysis)
(mail POB 982 Kfar Sava)
Tel 972-9-7604719/Fax 972-3-7255730
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