67% of centrist Israelis wouldn’t elect party that splits Jerusalem

18.12.2012                      05.Tewet. 5773


67% of centrist Israelis wouldn't elect party that splits Jerusalem

Findings reveal surprising positions of centrist and rightist voters regarding Israel's foreign and security policies, as about 20 percent of centrist voters hold hawkish position.

Two-thirds of centrist voters – defined as Labor Party and Yesh Atid supporters – would not support a party willing to compromise on Jerusalem, according to a poll commissioned by the rightward-leaning Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.