if there was an election today Likud would increase its lead at the expense of Labor and Kadima - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • zionist forever
    • 04.06.11 | 21:48 (IDT)

    Today 5000 leftists come out and protest and make all the headlines. Tomorrow 5000 right wingers come out and protest making the headlines. All the polls show that if an election was held today Likud under Bibi's leadership would gain more seats taking them from Labor whose numbers would drop into single figures and Kadima. Yisrael Beitanu would stay the same. Fact is the general mood within the country is still supporting the right wing and left wingers protesting won't help them win an election.

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