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The Israel Factor 11.2013, Full Statistics

by Shmuel Rosner

November 24, 2013 | 6:16 am

Please mark the answer closest to your view on the following statements

 

The Israeli government is right to be angry with the US administration over the Iran negotiations:

 

Yes

No

Not sure

 5

1

 

 

It is better for Israel to have a Republican majority in both houses after the 2014 elections:

 

Yes

No

Not sure

 4

1

 

 

The PEW study on US Jews has proved that Israel can no longer build on Jewish American support as it did in the past:

 

Yes

No

Not sure

 3

2

 

 

John Kerry was right to warn Israelis of a possible "third Intifada":

 

Yes

No

Not sure

2

 

 

 

Please rank the Obama administration's policy on each of the following subjects, from 1 (very bad) to 10 (great):

 

Subject

 

Peace talks with the Palestinians

4.9

Handling relations with Israel

6.1

Efforts concerning the Iranian nuclear threat

5.8

Syria strategy

5.2

Policy toward Egypt's government

4.4

 

 

 

Looking ahead for 2016, please rank the following presidential candidates on scale of 1 (bad for Israel) to 10 (good for Israel). You can skip the candidates you don't deem viable or don't have a way of ranking:

 

Candidate

 

Hillary Clinton

8

Joe Biden

7.5

Chris Christie

7.3

Marco Rubio

6.22

Paul Ryan

5

Jeb Bush

7.33

Janet Napolitano

5.57

Andrew Cuomo

7.25

Martin O'Malley

5.71

Deval Patrick

5.57

Cory Booker

7.43

Elizabeth Warren

5.87

Mark Warner

6.57

Brian Schweitzer

6.28

Kirsten Gillibrand

6.64

Rand Paul

3.28

Bobby Jindal

5.43

Susana Martinez

4.86

Amy Klobuschar

6.14

Howard Dean

6.37

Antonio Villaraigosa

6.71

Mike Pence

5.5

Eric Cantor

6.95

Ted Cruz

5.11

Jon Huntsman

6.28

Rick Santorum

5.28

John Thune

5.33

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