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January 8, 2013 10:56 am

Poll: Economic Issues are Top Priority for 43% of Likely Israeli Voters

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Real Estate Protest in Tel Aviv. Photo: Itzuvit.

Times of Israel – As much as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud-Beytenu alliance might want to make this election about security and diplomacy, the voters are in large part speaking a different language – that of domestic socioeconomic issues, according to The Times of Israel’s pre-election poll of likely voters.

Respondents were asked which of the following six issues is the most important issue facing the next government of Israel.

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