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    • Jason - Atlanta, GA
    • 19.03.10 | 18:28 (IST)

    Your article is titled "Haaretz poll: Most Israelis see Obama as fair and friendly". You then devote an entire one line saying ".S. President Barack Obama's popularity may be declining in American public opinion, but a sweeping majority of Israelis think his treatment of this country is friendly and fair, according to a Haaretz-Dialog poll conducted this week. " You then provide no specific statistics to back the claim. There was no polling numbers for those that believe Obama is Fair and Friendly, and those that don't. You go immediately to polling numbers of Bibi's popularity, but not Obama. Could this be the leftist in Haaretz trying to make it seem that your opinion is the popular one, when it isn't.

    from the article: Haaretz poll: Most Israelis see Obama as fair and friendly
    First published 10:05 19.03.10 | Last updated 10:29 19.03.10
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