Israeli Polls Are Lie
By Micah Halpern
Saturday March 25, 2006
The polls for the Israeli elections on Tuesday will be off - really off.
There will be a very low (only about 60%) voter turnout.
A large portion of people who responded to polls will not go to the voting booth even if they say they will.
Kadima, the leading party, is brand new.
All party numbers have been seesawing these past few weeks.
20% of Israelis are still undecided.
They will not swing the winner's place, but they will affect the number of parliamentary seats.
Without polls we know one thing for sure - Kadima will win.