From the Jerusalem Post:
One in every five Israelis knows someone who was harmed in the wave of terror that has swept through the country since the start October, according to two internet polls conducted by Panels Politics for The Jerusalem Post and its sister publication, Maariv.
Some 21 percent of the respondents said they knew someone injured in the attacks and 3% said they did not want to answer.
The survey also gave Yisrael Beitenu head Avigdor Lieberman higher marks than Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when it came to handling the new wave of terrorism.
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