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What Do Israelis Really Think about the Iran Issue?

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Thousands of people march through Tel Aviv protesting against government budget cuts, Tel Aviv, Israel, 11 May 2011

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has made himself clear: the Iranian regime and its nuclear project are the gravest threats facing Israel, and the government must do all in its power to oppose the deal currently under negotiation between the P5+1 and Iran. How does the Israeli public feel about the Iranian issue? What does the public think the government should do?

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