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Monday, February 25, 2013
Poll: Shas and Hatnua voters want to join coalition at all cost

Poll: Shas and Hatnua voters want to join coalition at all cost

Dr. Aaron Lerner Date 25 February 2013

While the party leaders do not necessarily follow the views of their voters,
it is most interesting to note at this juncture that those who voted for
Shas would essentially like Shas to join the coalition at all cost. By the
same token, it appears that most of the people who voted for Livni would
support the party remaining in the coalition even if she ends up with a
different role in the government.

The survey was commissioned by The Orly & Guy Morning Program - Channel 10
TV and conducted by telephone on 24 February 2013 of a sample of 501
respondents, constituting a representative sample of Israel's adult
population (aged 18 and over - including Israeli Arabs).

What do you prefer that the party you voted for do with regard to the
negotiations for the formation of the government:
(a) Compromise and enter the coalition
(b) Stand on principles even at the cost of sitting in the opposition
(c) Stand on principles and enter the coalition
--------------------- Principles
---------------------even at cost of---Principles
Compromise in opposition----in coalition Voted for
95% 5% 0% Kadima
78% 0% 22%
Likud-Beiteinu
07% 72% 21% Labor
76% 02% 22% Hatnua (Livni)
78% 03% 19% Shas
11% 38% 51% Yesh Atid
(Lapid)
21% 31% 48% Bayit
Yehudi-National Union
44% 15% 41% Yahadut
Hatorah (UJT)
03% 88% 09% Meretz

Which coalition would you prefer?
41% Netanyahu+Bennett+Lapid+Livni+Mofaz
29% Netanyahu+Bennett+Shas and Haredis+Livni
11% Netanyahu+Bennett+Shas and Haredis + Livni + Yichimovitz
19% Other

What would you prefer take place, that Binyamin Netanyahu succeeds in
forming a government or that he fails and there are new elections?
Succeeds 68% Fails 21% Other replies 11%

Dr. Aaron Lerner, Director IMRA (Independent Media Review & Analysis)
(mail POB 982 Kfar Sava)
Tel 972-9-7604719/Fax 972-3-7255730
INTERNET ADDRESS: imra@netvision.net.il
Website: http://www.imra.org.il

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