I am always suspicious of polls with only 500 respondents. I would be more confident of a poll with several thousand respondents. How can the authors of the poll be sure that they surveyed a representative sample of Israelis? How do they ensure their sample was random? I am concerned when one generalizes the opinions of a country of millions from a sample of 500. It is too easy to have an agenda at the outset and rig the outcome by selecting regions or peoples likely to give you the desired response. This is far less likely with larger population samples.
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from the article: Poll: 50% of Israeli Jews support state-backed Arab emigration