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Wednesday, August 16, 2006

A Poll that shows Knesset "doesn't get it"

I don't go much for polls as I've said in the past, although certainly no recently. However, pro-poll or anti-pol, results that lean positively toward your own point of view can give the heart a much needed rise.

Yoni the Blogger posts regarding telephone polls results from the Dahaf Institute asking Israeli citizens how they feel about the "ceasefire" agreement with the UN; I'd love to say with Hezbollah, but that wouldn't be too accurate would it.

One note that I will make. I certainly feel for the abducted IDF soldiers, but it shouldn't be necessary to use that in the poll to get two/thirds of repondants against the ceasefire. This is not to say the soldiers do not matter; people should just be a little more concerned with Hezbollah alone.


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