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The Israel Factor 06.2013, Full Statistics

by Shmuel Rosner

June 4, 2013 | 7:35 am

1. Please rank the Obama administration’s policy on the following topics from 1 (terrible policy) to 10 (great policy):

 

Policy

Rank

Refraining from more intensive intervention in Syria

6

Attempting to actively promote the Israeli-Palestinian peace process

6.44

Dealing with developments in Egypt and handling relations with the Egyptian government

6.33

Advancing the effort to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons

6.22

Handling relations with Turkey

6.78

 

 

2. Exactly a year ago, we asked the panel to answer the following question. We would like to ask you to take a look at it again and answer: please rank the following institutions from 1 (very bad for Israel) to 10 (great for Israel):

 

Institution

Rank

6.2012

AIPAC

8

8.4

J ‎Street

6

5.8

Democratic ‎Party

7

7.33

Republican ‎Party

6.44

7.05

Congress

6.89

7.11

The Obama ‎administration

6.78

6.56

 

 

3. Looking ahead to 2016, please rank the following presidential candidates on scale of 1 (very bad for Israel) to 10 (great for Israel)

 

Candidate

Rank

Hillary Clinton

8.11

Joe Biden

7.83

Chris Christie

6.64

Marco Rubio

6.5

Paul Ryan

5.25

Jeb Bush

7

Janet Napolitano

6

Andrew Cuomo

7.88

Martin O'Malley

6.2

Deval Patrick *

6.5

Cory Booker

7.8

Elizabeth Warren

6

Mark Warner *

7

Brian Schweitzer *

6.25

Kirsten Gillibrand

7.38

Rand Paul

3.33

Bobby Jindal *

5.25

Susana Martinez *

4.25

Amy Klobuschar *

6.67

Howard Dean

6.29

Antonio Villaraigosa

6.6

Mike Pence *

6.17

Eric Cantor

6.61

Ted Cruz *

4.5

Jon Huntsman *

7

Rick Santorum

5.33

John Thune *

5.5

 

* Candidates who were ranked by less than 5 of our panelists.

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