Netanyahu, Liberman trade barbs over who is more right-wing

Following a poll over the weekend that found that new voters in the next election are more right-wing, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Liberman accused each other Sunday and Monday of being leftists.

A Gal Hadash poll on the cover of Friday’s Israel Hayom asked 500 Jewish 11th- and 12th-graders representing a statistical sample of that age group to define themselves politically. It found that 59 percent consider themselves right-wing, 23% centrist, and only 13% leftwing, while 5% said they had no opinion.


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